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Own Your Pin: Tracking MIIS Internship Experiences Around the Globe
October 9, 2014, No Comments

Each year all the old pins are removed and it becomes a blank slate for new student adventures.

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Iraqi Alumnus Pens Op-Ed on Plight of Assyrians
October 9, 2014, No Comments

In a recent op-ed article submitted to the New York Times, alumnus Narsay Bello (MANPTS ’14) illustrated the plight of ...

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MIIS Alumnus Faces Uncertain Future in Mosul
October 9, 2014, No Comments

When Adnan Al-Hammody (MATESOL ’13) gave the student address at the May 2013 commencement ceremony, he spoke about his ...

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A Little Help from Our Friends: The Power of Alumni Networking
October 8, 2014, No Comments

For student Michael Lui (MAIPS ’15), his summer internship working for the nonprofit organization Global Compassion in ...

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Beryl Levinger: “Nothing More Satisfying than Seeing a Former Student as Colleague”
October 8, 2014, No Comments

Like she does with so many things, Professor Beryl Levinger took the word “sabbatical” and turned it on its head. Wh ...

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Passages: Y.P. Cheng
October 8, 2014, No Comments

We were sad to receive news this summer of the passing of Y.P. Cheng, a former professor of translation and interpretati ...

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Portrait of a Class: Fall 2014
October 8, 2014, No Comments

This year the Monterey Institute community welcomed 373 new students hailing from 35 different countries. They are enrol ...

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Another Reminder that Our Faculty are at Top in Field
October 8, 2014, No Comments

We were reminded yet again that MIIS faculty truly are at the forefront of their professions when the Governor’s Offic ...

Program changes - Jeff Dayton-Johson
Academic Programs at MIIS Continue to Evolve and Innovate
October 8, 2014, No Comments

Since its founding, the Monterey Institute has stayed closely attuned to the ever-changing demands on our graduates as t ...

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Major Gifts to Boost Language & Immersive Learning
June 23, 2014, No Comments

Spring in the Monterey Bay area brought new growth to more than just the artichoke fields, as a pair of anonymous gifts ...

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