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Alumna Presides Over Negotiation of Nuclear Treaty

Costa Rica‘s Ambassador to the UN, Middlebury Institute alumna Elayne Whyte Gomez, made history earlier this month when she presided over the successful negotiation of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.

Call for Application: Certificate in International Development & Social Change

Certificate in International Development and Social Change A professional graduate certificate program for careers in program design, partnering, management, and innovation (DPMI) Launch Your Career This program is designed for aspiring development and social change practitioners seeking expanded career opportunities in program design, partnering, management, and innovation (DPMI). You’ll gain the program design, evaluation, strategic […]

Winter is Coming

I’ve just been hearing reports that all my friends and family in California are dying of heatstroke, and you know what that means- it must be winter! In Fiji, that is. Fijians in the PCEG office at IUCN are all talking about how cold it’s getting here in Suva, but today is the first day […]

Where the marine meets the mountains

It is a peculiar and strange innervation working on issues in the marine space but working in a location that is surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The closest saltwater environment is Great Salt Lake while the closest marine environment is surprisingly and amusingly the Gulf of California (Mar de Cortez). Marine scientists more than likely spend more […]

Where the marine meets the mountains

It is a peculiar and strange innervation working on issues in the marine space but working in a location that is surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The closest saltwater environment is Great Salt Lake while the closest marine environment is surprisingly and amusingly the Gulf of California (Mar de Cortez). Marine scientists more than likely spend more […]

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