Email from TIP Office Public Outreach [TIPOutreach@state.gov] U.S. Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons Competitive Grant Solicitation for Research on Trafficking in Persons in Supply Chains in Sub-Saharan Africa The Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking … Continue reading →
Democracy Now! reporter Amy Goodman interviewed Monterey Institute MA International Policy Studies and MBA student, Amer Shurrab, yesterday. The interview was titled “What Do Gazans Endure? A Palestinian Student Who Lost 2 Brothers, 4 Cousins Tells His Story“. Amer also … Continue reading →
We are excited to announce the launch of a new graduate certificate program in Spanish Community Interpreting. This certificate program is distinguished for its nationally-known faculty, who offer participants a solid foundation in written translation, sight translation, consecutive dialogue interpreting and simultaneous interpreting. Participants will build professional and linguistic knowledge needed for the fields of legal, medical, […]
Lama Nassif, a MIIS graduate from Syria, recently attained her doctorate degree in Texas and is now teaching at Middlebury.
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MIIS Prof. Sabino Morera met with his former professor and friend, Luis Guillermo Solís, who is now the President of Costa Rica. The newly elected President of Costa Rica was in San Jose, California, June 9th to speak about how his country has evolved into a high technology leader in Latin America. The title of his talk […]
Professor Barry Olsen and Professor Laura Burian demonstrate the power of human cognition as they explain the subtle but important differences between professional translators and interpreters with assistance from Miguel Garcia (French), Weihao Zhang (Chinese) and Beatriz Rodriguez (Spanish). Click here to watch the video clip.