As part of a global work party organized by 350.org, a climate solutions organization founded by Middlebury Scholar-in-Residence Bill McKibben, Monterey Institute students and faculty participated in reforestation activities at Fort Ord yesterday.
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The Monterey Institute of International Studies and Language Services Associates, a global translation and interpretation service provider, recently announced the establishment of a new scholarship fund for language scholars at MIIS.
MIIS alumnus Clayton Snyder’s work on the Monterey Institute’s campus carbon neutrality initiative is featured in the October edition of Net Impact’s newsletter Leading Business.
As a result of this spring‘s Memorandum of Understanding between the Monterey Institute and the American University in Cairo (AUC), AUC will host a January session of the Institute‘s popular DPMI training.
Six Monterey Institute students participated in a highly selective UN summer internship program in translation and interpretation.
The Monterey Institute, renowned for its training of translators, interpreters and language educators, will celebrate International Translation and Interpretation Day with a multilingual festival.
Three nationally-recognized trade leaders will address current issues in international trade policy in a new public lecture series at the Monterey Institute this fall.
Monterey Institute TESOL graduates Jaala Thibault and Tara Bates are the only two U.S. State Department English Language Fellows sent to Afghanistan this year.
In an op-ed piece published in today’s International Herald Tribune and New York Times, CNS Director William Potter and adjunct professor Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova discuss the findings of their multi-year study discounting the conventional wisdom of rapid nuclear proliferation.
The new Betty and David Jones Language Scholarships will support supplemental language training for up to 50 incoming Monterey Institute students annually for the next three years.