A group of Japanese students from Kanda University on a one-month study abroad program at the Monterey Institute recently shared their cultural observations with students at three area schools.
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The Monterey Institute’s Center for Advising and Career Services will host its annual career fair on February 25, offering an array of opportunities for Institute students and alumni to network with potential employers.
Avner Cohen, senior fellow at the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies , was recently interviewed for the nationally broadcast program “Conversations with History.”
Monterey Institute Professor Gordon Hahn’s recently published analysis showing an increase in Jihadist violence in Russia has been widely quoted in the national and international media.
Monterey Institute President Sunder Ramaswamy received the 2011 Education Award on Saturday at the Monterey County Business Council’s 15th Gala and Economic Vitality Awards.
Four Russian Translation and Interpretation students from the Monterey Institute went to Kazakhstan as volunteer interpreters at the Asian Winter Games, where their training and professionalism immediately landed them added responsibilities.
Five Chinese MIIS students were specially invited to the official celebration of China’s spring festival in San Francisco, where the consul general thanked the students for promoting positive U.S.-China relations and the Monterey Institute for offering the students a quality education.
The American University in Cairo and the Monterey Institute partnered to offer a 10-day project-management training program in Cairo this January, modeled on the popular three-week Development Project Management Institute (DPMI).
Amanda Townsend, Arielle Weisman, Amber Slaton, and Lauren Scott worked as an interpreting team at the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean in Santiago, Chile during winter term.
Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to the U.S. generated wide media coverage this week, including high-profile articles quoting two Monterey Institute experts.