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CCL Youth Leadership Program

The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) is holding a Early Leadership Toolkit Train-the-Trainer Program in Palo Alto, California from June 13-16, 2011. This program is an intensive 2.5 day program to provide those who work with youth with facilitation skills and content knowledge to deliver early leadership development programs. Learn CCL’s unique approach to leadership […]

Five Monterey Institute Students Land Prestigious Fulbright Awards

Five students from the Monterey Institute of International Studies will receive Fulbright awards for the 2011-2012 academic year, the most U.S. student awards received in the Institute’s 56-year history. The Five MIIS students receiving Fulbright awards this year are: 1. Elizabeth Reid, an Arabic-speaking attorney with expertise in illegal markets, who will work with the […]

MIIS @ Work headlines

Prof. Kropp authors chapter in Handbook of Research on New Venture Creation Fredric Kropp has a chapter published in the Handbook of Research on New Venture Creation, published by Edward Elgar. The chapter, “Cultural Context as a Moderator of Private Investment Behavior,” looks at the role of culture in how entrepreneurs are funded. Prof. Dow […]

A Message To Graduating Students

Dear graduating students, As you are very, very soon about to receive your diplomas, I want to share with you a majestic quotation from one of America’s most eloquent statesmen, the late governor and presidential candidate, Adlai Stevenson, speaking at a university commencement ceremony: “Your days are short here; this is the last of your […]

Learn how to document and share your summer internship

Learn how to create online content while in the field, and have the chance to make a multimedia piece about your summer experiences! The Digital Media Commons wants students to document summer internships, so we can share your successes with the world! This is a great opportunity to document your experience with blogs photos and video, and turn […]

The Program on Security and Development at the Monterey Institute of International Studies (SAND-MIIS)

SAND-MIIS is an organization that focuses on documenting, investigating and consulting on practical measures that can be undertaken to improve security and the conditions for basic development in all regions of the world. The main focus of the field of security and development is addressing the insecurities that affect the achievement of the Millennium Development […]

Professor Wil Burns published in Stanford Journal of Law, Science and Policy

Dr. Wil Burns, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Wildlife and Policy and Visiting Monterey Institute Professor was recently published in the Stanford Journal of Law, Science and Policy.  The title of his article is “Climate Geoengineering: Solar Radiation Management and its Implications for Intergenerational Equity”. To access Professor Burn’s article please follow this link: […]

Summer 2011 Fellowship Opening with The Advocacy Project

What: Work for 10-12 weeks (June-August, 2011) full-time as a Peace Fellow with The Advocacy Project for their partner organization, Democracy and Workers Rights Center (DWRC) in Ramallah, Palestine. The Advocacy Project has partnered with the DWRC in Ramallah, Palestine to work with a fellow who will profile members of the Federation of Independent Unions, […]

NPS Conference Opportunity for MIIS Students

This summer, June 13-16, Naval Postgraduate School is hosting a conference with AFCEA International called “Cooperative Engagement for Partnership Capacity: Africa as a Model for Whole of Government”. The topic is Security Reform/Assistance in Africa. Senior leaders from various militaries, NGOs, and IOs, as well as the private sector are speaking and attending. There are […]

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