Monterey Institute Students Elizabeth Romanoff and Jorge Silva capitalized on their language and organizational skills as translators and assistant coordinators for the official Mexican Soccer Delegation at the World Cup.
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The Monterey Institute’s five-year affiliation with Middlebury College culminates in full integration July 1.
As the fiscal year draws to a close June 30, preliminary figures show alumni giving at the Monterey Institute has doubled, while the number of donors overall has increased 32 percent.
On the June 29 edition of PBS Newshour, Monterey Institute Professor Vassilieva discussed possible effects of the recent Russian spy charges on US-Russian relations.
Monterey Institute Professor Moyara Ruehsen, an economist and anti-money laundering specialist, was asked by National Public Radio to respond to news reports about billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars falling into the hands of corrupt Afghan officials.
Monterey Institute alumnus Ahmad Waheed (MAIPS ’09) co-authored an article in the Asia Times addressing the socio-economic ramifications of the recent poppy blight in Afghanistan.
A new study demonstrating the market demand for professional interpreters will be presented at the June 17 1st Annual North American Summit on Interpreting, sponsored by the Monterey Institute.
This summer, three Monterey Institute students are working as Peace Fellows for the Advocacy Project working on diverse projects in Ghana, Nepal and Peru.
A recent article by CNS bioterrorism experts Ken Coleman and Raymond Zilinskas raises concerns about the potential for deadly toxins used to produce fake botox falling into the wrong hands.
Daniel Hadley and Jaime LeBlanc-Hadley will study Chinese at Middlebury College this summer before entering the International Policy Studies program at the Monterey Institute in the fall.