Dr. Charlie Clements, executive director of Harvard’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy will deliver the keynote address at the Monterey Institute’s second annual Human Rights Fair.
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Offering supporters the opportunity to “be here every day” on the Monterey Institute campus, the Institute’s leadership gathered on Friday to unveil a new, interactive donor recognition wall.
A scholarship has been established in honor of Dr. Jonathan B. Tucker, a longtime staff member at the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, who passed away last year.
For 25 years, Monterey Institute students have embraced the opportunity to share their food and culture with the larger MIIS community at the annual International Bazaar.
The Monterey Institute’s marine policy research hub, the Center for the Blue Economy, celebrated its first year in operation with an April 12 reception in Monterey.
County officials commissioned Monterey Institute professors Jeff Langholz and Fernando DePaolis to study and quantify the economic impact of agriculture on the region.
The Monterey Institute played host to a sold-out TEDxMonterey conference on April 13, featuring 22 presenters exploring our diverse human connections to the ocean and its resources.
The Peace Corps’ latest rankings place the Monterey Institute in a tie for third in the nation in terms of the number of students enrolled through the Peace Corps Master’s International program.
The Monterey Institute student chapter of Net Impact joined forces with the Bay Area non-profit organization Teens turning Green, for ReStyled, an eco-friendly fashion show to promote sustainable living.
“Nuclear Politics and the Non-Aligned Movement” is being published as part of the Adelphi book series from the International Institute for Strategic Studies.