First year MPA student James Reavis kept in touch with the friends he made during the Summer Intensive Language Program in Arabic at the Monterey Institute in 2006 by sending out regular email newsletters. Those newsletters became a cultural phenomenon during his time in law school and were recently published in a book by Carolina Academic Press.
Jeffrey Lewis, Nikolai Sokov and Miles Pomper of the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies have been quoted in number of national media outlets regarding the ratification of the “New START Treaty” between the U.S. and Russia.
The Monterey Institute’s MBA Student Association and the MIIS chapter of Net Impact joined forces this season to organize a toy collection and fundraiser for low-income families.
Monterey Institute Students Elizabeth Romanoff and Jorge Silva capitalized on their language and organizational skills as translators and assistant coordinators for the official Mexican Soccer Delegation at the World Cup.
Every sort of artwork from photography to video collages has been on display at the Monterey Institute’s Holland Center this week as part of the annual Art Around the World show sponsored by the student club Artists without Borders.
The MacArthur Foundation has awarded the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies a two-year, $475,000 grant in support of education and training programs in the areas of nonproliferation and terrorism.
Eight countries and four continents are represented in the Monterey Institute soccer team, which is proving the benefits of international cooperation this year by advancing to the semi-finals of the Monterey Peninsula Soccer League.
News of the commitment by the former Soviet republic of Belarus to eliminate stockpiles of highly-enriched uranium prompted national and international media to cite nuclear materials monitoring data compiled by the experts at the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
MIIS students Shauna Kelly and Melissa Booth are the co-winners of the Institute’s 2010 Reverend Sloane Coffin Anti-Human Trafficking Essay Contest and will each receive a $750 prize.
Concerns about the security of nuclear materials and the prospects of a new nuclear arms treaty with Russia led National Public Radio and the Boston Globe to seek out CNS experts for comment.