The new Center on Social Impact Learning at the Monterey Institute will focus on social entrepreneurship and impact investing, overseeing the existing Frontier Market Scouts program and adding new programs aimed at training students for careers in developing economies.
A group of Middlebury Institute students has assembled an impressive line-up for a two-day conference devoted to “Ethical Governance in the 21st Century.” The conference is free and open to the public.
Professor Leo van Lier, who taught educational linguistics at MIIS with “wit, insightfulness and kindness“ for more than a quarter century, passed away in late December.
Middlebury Institute students who are also Returned Peace Corps Volunteers shared their experiences with local middle and high school students during National Peace Corps Week, often joined by international students from the countries where they served.
Two student teams from the Middlebury Institute have edged out thousands of competitors to advance to the regional finals of the Hult Prize competition on Saturday, March 14.
“Learning a language is one of the deepest forms of respect you can extend to another culture,” says Thor Sawin, member of the Middlebury Institute TESOL/TFL faculty.
Middlebury Institute alumna and military trailblazer Jill Morgenthaler shares practical leadership lessons from a long and varied career in her new book, “The Courage to Take Command.”
Apple, Box, eBay and Honda were among the global brands whose recruiters flocked to the Institute’s language-focused career fair in Monterey to recruit highly-qualified language professionals.
Middlebury Institute alumna Maureen Fura returned to Monterey for a screening of her brave new documentary The Dark Side of the Full Moon, about the disconnect in our health care system surrounding maternal mental health.
At a Monday morning press conference, Rep. Sam Farr highlighted the findings of a new report from the National Ocean Economics Program at the Monterey Institute’s Center for the Blue Economy, which illustrated that even as the economic importance of coastal economies has grown, federal support for them has diminished.