Eight Chinese students at the Monterey Institute of International Studies were recently invited to a special reception by the Chinese consulate in San Francisco, where they were praised for their commitment to promoting positive relations between Chinese and American youth.
Students in the Intensive English Program at the Monterey Institute of International Studies learned about U.S. culture this week by preparing a traditional Thanksgiving feast and sharing with each other what they are thankful for at this holiday.
The Veterans Organization at MIIS hosted a reception honoring student veterans on the eve of Veterans Day, joined by Congressman Sam Farr.
U.S. Congressman Sam Farr, Peace Corps representative Janet Allen, and Monterey Institute faculty, staff, and students gathered on November 5 to celebrate the Fisher International MBA program’s 15 years of participation in the Peace Corps Master’s International program.
Dr. Reza Aslan, author of the international bestseller “No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam,” will deliver a public lecture at the Monterey Institute of International Studies at 6:00 p.m. on November 4 in the Irvine Auditorium.
Ambassador Alan Wolff, former U.S. deputy trade representative and currently director of the Monterey Institute’s International Trade and Development Policy Initiative, was quoted in Wednesday’s New York Times in an article about trade with China.
Three students from Iraq are currently enrolled in the Monterey Institute’s Intensive English Program, preparing to matriculate into graduate programs in language teaching and business administration as part of the Iraqi government’s ambitious new scholarship project.
An anonymous $2.5 million fundraising challenge aims to encourage leadership annual giving at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
The Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies was selected from a large number of candidates to manage and operate the new Vienna Center for Disarmament and Nonproliferation.
The Monterey Institute expands access to its graduate programs with a new method for students to meet the school’s language requirement.