Six Monterey Institute students and alumni received U.S. Fulbright scholarship awards for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Scholarship funds are still available for fall 2013 admission to our graduate programs.
Meet Kathi, TESOL professor and winner of the 2013 Leslie Eliason Excellence in Teaching Award.
Students discuss their work with the indigenous people of the Sacred Valley of Perú.
Catherine turned an internship into a leadership position promoting permaculture in Malawi.
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Way to represent! Good work :D
Congratulations and welcome aboard Fulbrighters! It's an awesome ride!
I had read the article in the newspaper, very good.
Just rediscovered where Kent (and Kathy) is after working with him back in the war time emergency program in Mozambique way back in 1987 to 1992!). In what was sometimes quite a politically charged programming environment Kent was the fairest person I knew on the 55 person programming team. Too little emphasis is placed on the 'morale makers' in organizations. Kent was a morale maker and this made a huge difference for us up in the war zones where sustained morale helped us make better decisions that saved more lives. Monteray School has gained a great asset in Kent and the woman that supports him!
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Your students are so lucky to have such a dynamic, experienced professional to share his knowledge with them.