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Katharine Punteney - Myanmar
Prof. Katherine Punteney: Helping Universities in Myanmar Connect with the World
February 27, 2014, No Comments

As Myanmar makes the challenging transition from authoritarian rule to a democratic political system, and from a largely ...

META Lab Marries Data-Crunching with Real-World Policy Analysis
February 27, 2014, No Comments

The Mixed-Methods Evaluation, Training and Analysis (META) Lab is the newest research initiative at the Monterey Institu ...

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MC Weekly 25th Anniversary Issue Spotlights MIIS
February 27, 2014, No Comments

When the 25th anniversary issue of the Monterey County Weekly arrived on October 31, we were delighted to discover a num ...

Staff Profile Tate Miller
Tate Miller: “Where Else Can I Have This Kind of Impact?”
February 27, 2014, No Comments

After a successful career working in private business in Asia, Dean of Advising and Career Services Tate Miller (MACD ...

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Lynn Goldstein: Gate-Opener Extraordinaire
February 27, 2014, No Comments

When Lynn Goldstein drove down from San Francisco for the final interview for a teaching position in the Teaching Englis ...

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New Video Broadcast Studio Delivers MIIS Experts to International Media
February 27, 2014, No Comments

The accessibility of faculty and staff experts at the Monterey Institute to international television news media took a g ...

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Alumni Relations Welcomes Maggie Peters
February 27, 2014, No Comments

Sometimes the “fit” for a job is so good that transitioning into it feels as natural as breathing. It certainly look ...

Staff Profile - Ann Flower
Staff Profile: Ann Flower – Confessions of a Passionate Librarian
October 22, 2013, No Comments

“I eavesdrop shamelessly,” confesses Ann Flower, assistant director of library services, with a somewhat mischievous ...

Faculty Profile - Jeffrey Dayton-Johnson
Faculty Profile: Jeffrey Dayton-Johnson – Development Economics and All That Jazz
October 22, 2013, No Comments

With a talent for herding cats and a passion for policy, development economics, Latin America, and jazz, Jeffrey Dayton- ...

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Professor Nukhet Kardam‘s “Mind-Expanding” Experience at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
October 22, 2013, No Comments

“As faculty, sometimes we get too narrowly focused,” says Professor Nuket Kardam with characteristic exuberance and ...

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