The art of story has been around for centuries because it’s a fundamental way we make meaning as humans. It’s the way we reflect, share, and learn both individually and collectively. Digital tools have made this process easier and more accessible, adding dimensions to the storytelling process and avenues through which to share locally and […]
Friday, May 6, 2016 Approximately 1:45pm (immediately following scheduled 12:15pm lecture and Q&A in V499) Digital Learning Commons Design Space 001 McGowan Building | 420 Calle Principal Following the lecture, Institute faculty and staff are invited to continue the conversation with a discussion hosted by the DLC to consider the implications of Gardner Campbell’s vision for […]
2016 IPSS Fellow Shen Li is currently interning in the Market Access Division of the World Trade Organization. The WTO recently interviewed Shen for its newsletter – you can read the interview below. Where are you from, and what did you study before joining the WTO? I am from Beijing. I did my Bachelor’s degree in China where […]
The Raechel & Jackie Foundation is looking for MIIS graduate students to work on: A. RJF Fellowship Program Development B. Water Resource Management Project C. Program Monitoring & Evaluation There is flexibility to work from Monterey, Santa Cruz, Nicaragua or a combination of the three. For students who are interested in spending part of the time in […]
MBA Capstone Information Session – Tuesday April 19th, 12:15-1:30pm, MG100 Are you a current MBA, Joint MBA/IEP or Joint MBA/IPD degree candidate? Starting to think about your capstone experience next year? Wondering about how the various options work? Please plan to join Assistant Dean/MBA Program Manager Toni Thomas for an MBA Capstone Information session. Learn the […]
The Californian interviewed Middlebury Institute of International Studies alumna Lisa Brinton for her new position as Senior Planner for the City of Salinas. Ms. Brinton holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from MIIS and served for eight years as Community and Economic Services Manager for the City of Seaside before transitioning to her position […]
“A happening is a performance, event or situation meant to be considered art, usually asperformance art. Happenings occur anywhere and are often multi-disciplinary, with anonlinear narrative and the active participation of the audience. Key elements of happenings are planned but artists sometimes retain room for improvisation. This new media art aspect to happenings eliminates the […]
The Monterey County Weekly recently published an article on the MIIS Cyber Initiative. Check it out here!
Application Deadline: May 16, 2016 Symposium Dates: July 23-August 13 Location: Bologna, Italy Description: New types of conflict challenge classic methods of conflict management and resolution. Collapsed and fragile states, autonomous networks of illegal activities, the speed of information, and extremist revolutionary movements are all part of the complex conflict kaleidoscope that must be addressed […]
Interested in an International Professional Service Semester for spring 2017? Not sure if you’re interested? Come learn more about IPSS logistics, opportunities, and application deadlines at the info session on Thursday, March 3rd from 12 to 1 pm in Morse B105. IEP, DPP, and NPTS students are eligible to apply.