Fifteen Monterey Institute students had the opportunity to experience the real-world issues, impacts and policy implications of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone during a specially designed immersive learning course that one described as “life-changing.”
Monterey Institute alumna Tricia Bean shares her love of language and interest in other cultures with her students at Carmel High School, while also collaborating regularly with the Institute: “I enjoy being able to give back to the institution that has given me so much.”
April at the Monterey Institute is packed with conferences on international trade, human rights, and cyber security, lectures by world-renowned speakers, and celebrations of culture, ideas, and the environment.
Thirty-six Monterey Institute students are on three- to six-month spring assignments with a diverse range of domestic and international organizations engaged through the school's immersive learning programs.
More than 90 employers from around the world participated in the Monterey Institute Career Fair on Friday, excited about the opportunity to recruit students with unique skills and capabilities.
Steven Pifer of the Brookings Institute, former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, will give a free public lecture at the Monterey Institute of International Studies on "Russian Power Diplomacy and Eurasian Integration" as part of the Spring 2014 Monterey Institute Colloquium.
Monterey Institute student Wesley Laine will receive $10,000 in funding for his Cholera prevention project in Haiti through the prestigious Projects for Peace fellowship.
The Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program’s second annual conference at the Monterey Institute featured a series of panel discussions and a keynote address by former Congressman Jim Kolbe.
The Monterey Institute‘s important role in preparing students for careers in translation and interpretation is highlighted in a Deseret News article by alumnus Adam Wooten.
In its eighth year, the Monterey Institute’s development project partnership in El Salvador continues to offers students what one called the chance to “contextualize” her graduate studies so that she has “more to offer” when she graduates.