Category: GSIPM

Graduate School of International Policy & Management

New Students FA 2015

Join Prof. Olsen for ‘Emerging Discipline of Impact Accounting and Management’

Are you interested in social impact, social investing, stakeholder assessment, and/or environmental impact assessment? Would you like to pursue a professional certification in ‘Introduction to Analysis of Social Impact’? Why not bolster your knowledge of these topics in a course taught by a leading professional in the field? Join Professor Sara Olsen in the three credit course MBAG 8616 Emerging […]

What can language assessment data tell us?

What does language assessment data tell us? Lift language proficiency through data collection and intentionally planned instruction When: Thursday, February 25, 6-8pm Where: Design Space, DLC   Objectives of the Workshop: Gain knowledge of ACTFL proficiency guidelines Gain strategies for collecting assessment data Plan purposeful instructional strategies to improve focused areas identified through assessment With […]

Seeking Nominations for Monterey County Outstanding Women

The Monterey Commission on the Status of Women is seeking nominations for its 2016 Outstanding Women of Monterey County awards. Honor Monterey County’s outstanding women by nominating someone who has significantly improved the lives of others, and the adversity they overcame. The 2016 awards will be presented March 20th at the Middlebury Institute of International […]

J-term in Chile, Peru, Rwanda, Nepal, and Spain

For J-term 2016, we had 70 students travel to  Chile, Rwanda, Peru, Nepal, and Spain. Conner Anderson, who is on the Chile Practicum on human rights and Chile’s vulnerable populations, sent me the following photo of his cohort (to the left). In their first three days in Chile, 23 Middlebury Institute student delegates have had the […]

Call for Submissions for the Center for Conflict Studies Annual Reflections Magazine

As described on the Center for Conflict Studies website, “the theme of this year’s Reflections magazine is race and conflict.  CCS seeks to discuss race as more than color, but rather as power, privilege, identities, and discrimination tied to shades of color and the role that this plays in conflict around the world.  In recognizing that […]

Internship advice from former IPSS and DPMI Plus Fellows

IPPSers and DPMI Plusers will soon begin a new adventure at their internships in Geneva, Washington D.C, New York City, San Francisco, Chile, and Zambia.  These respective internships are essentially an audition for work at UNHCR, the State Department, the Peace Corps, Catholic Relief Services, the IAEA, and/or the IUCN to name a few. As […]

Vote for MIIS in The Economist Case Study Competition!

Help MIIS defend its title! The Economist Case Study Competition is now live! That means that the People’s Choice voting is now open, so be sure to vote for MIIS, and tell your friends! Students Hesham AlSaati, Thomas Gilmore and Michael Mahoney are representing MIIS with their Real Vision Investment Case Study. View their presentation! Don’t […]

SUMMER STUDY: TRADE, DIPLOMACY AND DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA

Taught by Jessica Teets, Orion Lewis, and Wei Liang (MIIS) June 7, 2016 – July 5, 2016 In this proposed off-campus course, we will conduct academic research to explore the topics of trade, diplomacy and development in China. Students will work with the professors to develop projects before the program, including designing appropriate research methodology […]

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