Students at the Middlebury Institute have the opportunity to live and work in another part of the world while enrolled, whether on a summer fellowship or as a Peace Corps Masters International.
“If creating policy is the best way to leverage your impact, then nothing can beat training groups of amazing young people to do that every year,” says environmental policy professor Jeff Langholz.
Middlebury Institute students, faculty and alumni teamed up to present three sessions at a recent social network analysis conference in the UK.
Media coverage of the recently announced nuclear agreement with Iran included comments from several experts from the Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
The friendships Natalie Morton MBA ’86 made at the Institute have endured across distance, time, family responsibilities, and busy careers.
Since arriving at the Monterey Institute in 1985, Jeff Wood has advised thousands of students and alumni on curriculum choices and career opportunities.
The Middlebury Institute’s Cyber Initiative recently welcomed Brian D. Steckler as its new senior fellow on disaster communications.
A unique summer internship opportunity for students interested in nonproliferation brings undergraduate students to the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
Sitting down with Care Deputy Chief of Party and January 2015 Monterey DPMI Alumnus, Girma Hailu During a 3-day trip to Addis Ababa after the DPMI Kenya training, I was able to meet-up with January 2015 DPMI Monterey alumus, Girma Hailu in his hometown of Addis, Ababa, Ethiopia. Girma has been serving as Deputy Chief […]
Agriculture Contributes $8.1 Billion to Local Economy, Says New Report by Middlebury Institute Professors
A new report co-authored by Middlebury Institute professors Fernando DePaolis and Jeff Langholz finds agriculture contributes $8.1 billion to Monterey County’s economy.