A two-day celebration of Middlebury’s Fund for Innovation showcased initiatives ranging from tandem language learning to a lecture series on embodied intelligence.
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Radwa’s immersive learning experience with DPMI Cairo, Egypt
Story written by Erika Quinonez, IEM, ’17 My fascination with Brazilian culture began long before I started to learn Portuguese in a formal setting. I had a profound interest in the rhythm of the language, particularly when it came to Brazilian music and poetry. There were always classic Brazilian records playing on the turntable in […]
Did you know that WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world? There are millions of websites built on WordPress. You can create your own website and customize it however you like. MIIS students can create a WordPress &hel…
Megan Godfrey is currently working on the Arctic Policy and Governance Educational Partnership, an innovative collaboration between Universities, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the State of Alaska, and indigenous organizations. The Partnership seeks to enhance the effectiveness of Arctic policy and governance by advancing new approaches to the policy-science-indigenous knowledge interface. Why did […]
Current IPSS intern, Matthew Coomer, blogs about working at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Want to learn more about what it’s really like to be an IPSS intern? Check out this blog from current Marine Debris Program intern Matthew Coomer!
Middlebury Institute student Christina Lukeman has been awarded the Projects for Peace fellowship and $10,000 to build a business literacy program in Cambodia.
I arrived on the MIIS campus last June with big ideas and aspirations to make them a reality. One idea was to create an education podcast. After spending 4 years as an educational recruiter, I found a lot of my … Read the rest
Middlebury Institute professors Ed Laurance (April 4) and Sandra Dow (April 11) will be the featured speakers in the Grover M. Hermann Lecture Series.