Happy voices speaking in numerous languages competed with the cries of gulls and the barking of sea lions in Monterey on August 18th as the Middlebury Institute welcomed its incoming fall class.
The Middlebury Institute International Studies is offering the unique opportunity to hear three leading nuclear nonproliferation experts’ assessment of the Iran nuclear agreement at an Aug. 31 forum in Monterey.
Celebrating language proficiency gains, deeper cultural understanding, and new friendships, 117 students were honored at the Summer Intensive Language Program's closing ceremony at the Middlebury Institute this week.
Through the Middlebury Institute’s Custom Language Services, the CEO of Steinbeck Country Produce, himself a graduate of the CLS program, is cultivating intercultural communication among his employees.
For the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, the new year begins with a new name for the 60-year-old graduate school with a global reputation.
Students at the Middlebury Institute have the opportunity to live and work in another part of the world while enrolled, whether on a summer fellowship or as a Peace Corps Masters International.
“If creating policy is the best way to leverage your impact, then nothing can beat training groups of amazing young people to do that every year,” says environmental policy professor Jeff Langholz.
Media coverage of the recently announced nuclear agreement with Iran included comments from several experts from the Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
Middlebury Institute students, faculty and alumni teamed up to present three sessions at a recent social network analysis conference in the UK.
Since arriving at the Monterey Institute in 1985, Jeff Wood has advised thousands of students and alumni on curriculum choices and career opportunities.