The Monterey Institute expands access to its graduate programs with a new method for students to meet the school’s language requirement.
Adriana Taboada: Who Will You Meet at the Morse Building?
November 22, 2010
Adriana Taboada (MPA '11) was born in Peru and spent two years in the field working with immigrants from Latin America before pursuing a Master's in Public Administration. Because the Monterey Institute is one of the most diverse campuses in the United States, our community is important to Adriana. The first thing you will notice about the Morse Building is its crown made of 50+ flags from all corners of the world, each symbolizing the different citizenships that comprise our student body.
Sit in on any class in the Morse building and you will hear future leaders in variety of voices and languages discussing international migration issues, human rights, international development, comparative public policy, the world political economy, and much more.
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