Forty students from 16 countries are at the Middlebury Institute this summer to improve their English language skills through a program designed to help them achieve ambitious personal, professional, or academic goals.
IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano was the opening speaker at a celebration in Vienna marking the 25th Anniversary of the Middlebury Institute´s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
The race is on! Between June 23 and 30, if 300 alumni and friends of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies make gifts of any size, George C. Lee II, chair of the Middlebury Institute Board of Overseers, will match with $25,000 in scholarship funds.
Middlebury Institute student Molly McKeon describes “inspiring and humbling” experience participating in high-level discussions about international aid and disaster relief in Japan recently as part of her Pacific Forum Young Leader fellowship with the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Marking the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey this June, the Institute community celebrates the commitment to its roots as a leader and innovator in international education.
The Middlebury Institute’s Summer Intensive Language Program welcomed 120 students this week to kick off a summer of study in Chinese, French, Arabic, Russian or Spanish.
This summer, a new generation of students and practitioners is learning how to design international development projects rooted in local solutions as part of the Middlebury Institute´s Design, Partnering, Management and Innovation (DPMI) program.
After participating in a special internship program for Middlebury Institute students at Stanford Health Care last summer, Erin Teske MATI ’15 was offered a full-time position as a relief interpreter.
Dr. Walter Christman has joined the Middlebury Institute’s Cyber Initiative as senior global engagement fellow, adding his expertise to an impressive line of internationally recognized experts.
A survey of recent MIIS graduates found an impressive 87 percent employed, with 64 percent using their language of study in their work.