Middlebury Institute professor Kathi Bailey and alumnus Ryan Damerow were recently awarded the TESOL International Association’s President’s Award for their contributions to the field of English language education.
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Growing up a ‘third culture kid,’ Francesca learned quickly how to adapt to new places and new people. Francesca describes being a third culture kid as being a bridge between cultures. She navigates her family culture and the dominant culture … Continue reading →
After a nine-year, multifaceted effort to reduce its carbon footprint, Middlebury has achieved carbon neutrality.
On November 15, 2016, Dr. Lubomir Sklena from Czech Technical University (CTU), Prague met with MIIS students who will spending their J-term in Prague attending lectures at the Department of Nuclear Reactors at the CTU, conduct experiments on the research reactors, and go on the site visits. Under the International Organizations and Nonproliferation Program (IONP), […]
Every semester we offer weekend workshops to our graduate students on a wide variety of topics from Development Practice and Policy, Frontier Market Scouts, Intercultural Competence , International Education Management, International Environmental Policy, International Professional Services to International Trade & Economic Diplomacy and Nonproliferation & Terrorism Studies. The Professional Development Weekend Workshops are also open to interested […]
A group of four Middlebury Institute MBA students will compete against teams from McGill and York in the final stage of a large international business competition at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
My language journey started when I began studying Japanese at Middlebury College. Growing up, I was interested in the East Asian region, particularly the technology that came from there. We had a TV, a refrigerator, a radio and other electronics … Continue reading →
Growing up in Kazakhstan, most of Kuanysh’s language learning happened in university, supplemented by his study in the English as a Second Language program at the Institute last year. He grew up speaking Kazakh and Russian, his studies at school … Continue reading →
The end of the semester is approaching, the pace continues to quicken, and the election was only a month ago. How might we as a community carve out the necessary space and time to reflect & reach out to one another … Read the rest
To fulfill practicum requirements, some Middlebury Institute students choose to pursue long-term customized research projects, which may range from creating a non-profit organization in West Africa to improving South Korea’s foreign aid programs.