Category: GSIPM

Graduate School of International Policy & Management

IEM Practicum Spotlight: Marie MacDonald

Marie MacDonald MA IEM ’18 is on practicum with the Institute for Central American Development Studies in Costa Rica. Where are doing your practicum? MacDonald: I am doing my practicum at Institute for Central American Development Studies (ICADS) in San Jose, Costa Rica. ICADS is a service learning abroad office that hosts students from undergraduate […]

Faculty Spotlight: Professor and ICC Specialization Chair Netta Avineri

A conversation with TESOL/TFL and DPP/IEM Professor and the Chair of the Intercultural Competency (ICC) Specialization, Netta Avineri, about the specialization’s recent development, successes and future. Previous to Fall 2017, students were only required to take a total of 8 credits in ICC to graduate. Now students have the opportunity to acquire an ICC specialization with […]

January and Spring Break Study Abroad and Special Trainings

GSIPM Students may now view initial information on international programs for J-Term and Spring Break at go.miis.edu/2019abroad. January Off-Site Program Locations: Czech Republic France Peru January Special Trainings: DPMI Monterey Frontier Market Scouts (FMS) Spring Off-Site Program Locations: East Asia (Tokyo & Beijing) Washington, D.C. DPMI Kenya Students with interests outside the programs offered, are […]

IONP Spotlight: Noah Mayhew

Can you tell us a little about yourself? My name is Noah Mayhew and I am among the first group of graduates from the dual MA program in nonproliferation studies between the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. The final semester of this program is spent […]

MIIS Alumna Martha Casanave Opens Photography Exhibit in Samson Reading Room

The MIIS Committee on Art in Public Places and the Graduate Initiative in Russian Studies are proud to present a photography exhibition by award-winning fine art photographer Martha Casanave on the sidelines of the 2018 Monterey Summer Symposium on Russia. Martha graduated from the Monterey Institute with a degree in Russian Studies and Literature and […]

MIIS Alumna Martha Casanave Opens Photography Exhibit in Samson Reading Room

The MIIS Committee on Art in Public Places and the Graduate Initiative in Russian Studies are proud to present a photography exhibition by award-winning fine art photographer Martha Casanave on the sidelines of the 2018 Monterey Summer Symposium on Russia. Martha graduated from the Monterey Institute with a degree in Russian Studies and Literature and […]

IEM Spotlight: Pilar Diaz de la Rubia

Pilar Diaz de la Rubia is a third semester International Education Management student completing her practicum with the Middlebury Schools Abroad in Madrid, Spain.  She is working on two projects: the Sede Prim and the International Education Management Spain Leapfrog Initiative. Tell me a little about your background and how you came to Middlebury Institute […]

Federal Emergency Management Agency Jobs and Internships Webinar: 4.19.18

Federal Emergency Management Agency Jobs and Internships Webinar Hosted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security When: Thursday, April 19, 2018 Time: 4 – 5 p.m. Eastern The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) invites you to participate in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Jobs and Internships Webinar from 4 – 5 p.m. Eastern on April […]

RIT-Kosovo’s Peace and Conflict Summer Program, June 24-July 27, 2018

Interested in Peace and Conflict? Don’t have summer plans? The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Peace and Conflict Summer Program might be a fit for you! RIT brings in senior policy makers and academics who blend practical and theoretical approaches to: countering violent extremism; conflict transformation; the background/context to the post-cold war regional conflicts (e.g., in […]

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