Everything seems to exist and happen within the parameters of time. Einstein was intrigued by time and changed the 400 year dominance of the Newtonian concept of time with his theories of relativity. Building off of Einstein’s work (not really) Melissa and I wanted to explore time management and productivity through the best use of digital tools […]
Earn a Professional Certificate in Project Design and Management Now accepting applications for the Design, Partnering, Management & Innovation (DPMI) program! The Middlebury Institute of International Studies in California is offering an intensive, 3-week training open to development professionals, career-changers, graduate students, and a limited number of gifted undergraduates. Design, Partnering, Management & Innovation […]
Thursday, May 7th 6:30-8:30pm Venue to be announced Come listen to students present on their Spring Break Immersive Trip to East Asia! They will cover topics including history and territorial disputes between Japan and China, nationalism, soft power, trade policies, international education policies in Japan and China, their roles in the Chiang Mai Initiative and emerging […]
Current IPSS fellow Kelsey Richardson is taking part in a semester long IPSS fellowship with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) in Apia, Samoa. Kelsey was part of an initiative by the SPREP to review the Pacific Regional Solid Waste Strategy that ends in 2015 and develop a new, integrated […]
San Jose, CA – April 30th, 2015 “Join us for lunch and a one-of-a-kind, fast-paced, multi-media seminar on the history of global trade that will guide you though the seven decades-long odyssey that has come to be known as ‘globalization’. ‘Making Hay’ presents the convergence of historical events and undeniable factors that drove the U.S. […]
For the 28th year, the Middlebury Institute community came together for the International Bazaar, a celebration of food and culture from around the world that coincides with the spring Visit Day welcoming prospective students to campus.
Professor Cyril Flerov is invited to speak at the Twenty-Sixth Chicago Conference On Translation and Interpretation on May 2. The main theme will be professional development and voice training for interpreters. Conference Information: May 2, 2015, 8.30 am–4.40 pm The Talbott Hotel 20 East Delaware Place Chicago, Illinois, 60611 Click on the link below to see […]
The Middlebury Institute’s Center for the Blue Economy has launched the new peer-reviewed academic Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics, focusing on the role ocean and coastal resources play in regional and national economies.
Middlebury Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, Orion Lewis, shares his insights and experience in planning, designing, collaborating and teaching hybridized and online courses via HD video conference with Middlebury College and MIIS students. April 21 | 12:15-1:30pm | Digital Learning Commons
Please join the members of Team El Salvador 9 in a presentation of their project work during J-Term 2015 in El Salvador Thursday, April 16, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Digital Learning Commons (DLC), MIIS 420 Calle Principal, Monterey Come hear about innovative collaborations in coastal resource management, sustainable fishing, public space design for community empowerment… and plans for future initiatives! […]