Ready for the semester to start? The Institute’s “academic cyberinfrastructure” has changed quite a bit in the past year. This series of three workshops will help get you back up to speed.
We will review the tools and technology available to … Read the rest
Certificate in International Development and Social Change A professional graduate certificate program for careers in program design, partnering, management, and innovation (DPMI) Launch Your Career This program is designed for aspiring development and social change practitioners seeking expanded career opportunities in program design, partnering, management, and innovation (DPMI). You’ll gain the program design, evaluation, strategic […]
26 participants successfully completed three-week Certificate in International Development and Social Change program on June 23, 2017. The participants constituted of United College Scholars, Middlebury Institute Students, and international development professionals. As a field visit, the participants got opportunities to visit several development organizations in DC and explore the trends in the development sector. Read […]
25 participants gathered in Washington, DC in June 2017 for Certificate in International Development and Social Change, a professional graduate certificate program offered by Middlebury Institute for careers in program design, partnering, management, and Innovation(DPMI). The participants constituted of Middlebury College, MIIS students, UWC Scholars and International Development and social change practitioners. The DPMI program has been a big […]
The D-Prize social venture competition is live! If selected we will award you up to $20,000 to launch a pilot in any region where extreme poverty exists. D-Prize funds new entrepreneurs who increase access to proven poverty interventions. Can you design a business or NGO that solves one of the Distribution Challenges below: + GIRL’S EDUCATION + AGRICULTURE + […]
Heather Rahimi MAIEM ‘17 has spent the last four months on practicum at the University of Utah Asia campus in Incheon, South Korea. Having never set foot on the Asian continent prior to her practicum, Heather utilized takeaways from her MIIS coursework, non-verbal communication and flexibility to excel throughout her experience. What has been the […]
Every semester we offer weekend workshops to our graduate students on a wide variety of topics from Development Practice and Policy, Intercultural Competence, International Education Management, and Nonproliferation & Terrorism Studies. The Professional Development Weekend Workshops are also open to interested professionals, community members, and students and faculty from other institutions. Access the Fall 2017 workshop listing. […]
Addy Michelle Jimenez Haga, IPD United Nations Centre for Peace, Disarmament, and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean, Peru January 2nd to June 31st, 2017 Summary of Experience: Throughout my internship with the United Nations (UN), I have been given the privilege to learn about administrative mannerisms, arms trafficking, forensic ballistics, Resolution 1540, the […]
If you have any art project that you would like to share with Committee on Art in Public Places (CAPP) or want to organize an art exhibition on campus, please submit Arts Project Proposal. For more details click here.