Yesterday, the East Asia Practicum program had a send-off for students as they gear up for their Spring Break trip to China and Japan. As a part of ongoing China-Japan collaboration here at MIIS, the students will be going on the trip with Wei Liang and Tsuneo Akaha. Faculty and students are working together to […]
The Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and the U.S. State Department present:
A lecture by Daniel Rubenstein
Special Envoy for Syria, U.S. Department of State
-Tuesday, March 3, 2015
-12:00 PM – 1:45 PM
-The patio between the Admissions Office and the Security Office
On Monday, February 9, 2015, Middlebury President Elect Dr. Laurie Patton visited Monterey to meet with Institute leadership, faculty, staff and students. Here are Dr. Patton’s remarks from the welcome reception held that evening.
This year, the Design, Partnering, Management & Innovation (DPMI) Program in Monterey tried something brand new. Instead of just talking about community engagement, DPMI participants got the opportunity to visit local organizations as part of the Week 2 curriculum. The social issue under investigation was homelessness in Monterey County, and there was no shortage of important questions […]
What? Professional head shots for free on campus!
When? Tuesday, February 17th, from 12:00 PM – 1:45 PM
Where? The patio between the Admissions office and the Security Office
The DLC welcomes Middlebury Asst. Professor of Geography, Jeff Howarth, for a morning ideation session and exploration to diversify and strengthen curricular connections between MIIS critical areas of interest and GIS, spatial thinking/analysis, and cartography. | 9:30 – 11:00am, Friday, February 20, 2015 | Digital Learning Commons
META LAB and the DLC are collaborating to provide a series of Excel workshops to support the MIIS community. All workshops will be held in CF442 – PAC Lab from 12:15-1:30pm. Event dates are: February 20, February 27, March 6, and March 13.
Emerging Practices Teaching Conversation with Middlebury Asst. Professor Jeff Howarth – Visualizing “Histories”
The Digital Learning Commons is pleased to invite MIIS faculty as well as interested staff to a lunchtime brown bag conversation on effective and emerging ‘next generation’ teaching practices. Middlebury Assistant Professor of Geography, Jeff Howarth will share his experience “self-publishing” course materials for use in his teaching. Recognized at Middlebury in 2014 for his excellence in teaching, particularly for his […]
The Digital Learning Commons (DLC) prototyped a new way to assess the needs of our clientele! In line with DLC tradition, which marries creativity and analog imagination with digital innovation, we tried out a fun and simple method to assess the needs of our clientele based on four basic knowledge areas: Presentation & Graphic Design, Audio & Visual, […]