Each year all the old pins are removed and it becomes a blank slate for new student adventures.
Many MIIS alumni know a “double”—someone who’s attended both MIIS and another Middlebury-affiliated school—but so-called “triples” are definitely less common. Even more unusual is a triple that involves a father-daughter pair! In 1976, Tim Dwyer (MAAS ’76) graduated from […]
For Shannon and Joe, a group project on “Romancing the Germans” was the beginning of a lasting love story.
In a recent op-ed article submitted to the New York Times, alumnus Narsay Bello (MANPTS ’14) illustrated the plight of his people, the Assyrians of Northern Iraq. Fleeing their villages as ISIS forces advanced through the […]
When Adnan Al-Hammody (MATESOL ’13) gave the student address at the May 2013 commencement ceremony, he spoke about his beautiful hometown, the ancient city of Mosul in Northern Iraq where there was peace and harmony once […]
Regular alumni networking events on the third Thursday of the month are becoming a hit in several cities.
Current student Jordan Sanchez (MAIEP ’15) got a firsthand look at the legislative process in action when he traveled to the California State Capitol in Sacramento this spring to testify in favor of a bill (AB […]
For student Michael Lui (MAIPS ’15), his summer internship working for the nonprofit organization Global Compassion in Cameroon was a transformative experience that he hopes to continue to build upon as he completes his degree. For […]
Like she does with so many things, Professor Beryl Levinger took the word “sabbatical” and turned it on its head. While formally on sabbatical from the Monterey Institute during the last academic year, she did almost […]
We were sad to receive news this summer of the passing of Y.P. Cheng, a former professor of translation and interpretation at MIIS. Prof. Cheng died in Nanchan, Jiangxi Province, on July 25, according to his […]