Author: Joshua Fleming

Lets get Sprintensive.

    IPS and MPA students Join us tomorrow evening to learn more about the upcoming change to DPP and the alternative learning semester, Sprintensive! Wine and Pizza reception will follow! 

Apple Pie and Pineapple Sorbet: U.S. and Cuban Nationalism

Why is Cuba such a contradiction? Because Cuba is characterized by everything I was told the world should not be!  Socialist not democratic, communist not capitalist, systemic human rights violations, a dictatorship, inefficient, unproductive; should I continue?  I was able to get a sense of this notorious island during a seven day immersive learning excursion […]

Research Fellowship with Institute for Economics & Peace

The Institute for Economics and Peace is searching for a full-time Research Fellow to join their research team at their headquarters in Sydney,  Australia. Click here to download full position description.  A Research Fellow will conduct research on topics related to the Global Peace Index, peace economics, development studies and peace and conflict studies. Application […]

USAID Releases guide to Strengthening Civil Society Through Social Media

  Social Networking: A Guide to Strengthening Civil Society through Social Media has been developed as a reference guide for civil society organizations (CSOs) working in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development and its implementing partners in advancing their critical missions. In line with the USAID Strategy on Democracy, Human Rights and Governance […]

How do MIIS students feel about the future?

Be the solution…now, that is a daunting idea. So, where do we start at MIIS given that this is our core goal? Here’s an idea, let’s start by asking ourselves who we are as people and what motivates us to act.  I’ll begin by sharing  my latest inspiration in honor of the United Nations International Day of […]

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