Students from the Monterey Institute will form nearly a quarter of the next class of Nonproliferation Graduate Fellows at the National Nuclear Security Administration.
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Next week Dr. Kathi Bailey of the Monterey Institute will deliver plenary remarks and lead a workshop and colloquium at a regional conference in Dubai.
The Board’s approval clears the final hurdle for the Monterey Institute to formally become a graduate school of Middlebury College on June 30, 2010.
An Associated Press story on Iran’s efforts to acquire sensitive nuclear components, quoting two CNS experts, has been picked up by news outlets worldwide.
The State Department, Facebook and Catholic Relief services were among the organizations filling the Monterey Conference Center on February 26 to meet with and interview MIIS students.
A workshop for a local business plan competition co-sponsored by the Institute was featured in a story on Monterey’s KION 46 Tuesday night.
Initial speakers have now been confirmed, and ticket purchase and registration are open, for TEDxMonterey on April 16 at the Monterey Institute.
Faculty and staff from the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies have spanned the globe (and the media) in recent weeks with briefings, presentations, and media appearances.
Simone Bonneville (MACI ’11), currently in Vancouver serving as a translator/interpreter for Olympic athletes from Tajikistan, is profiled in today’s Monterey County Weekly.
As the Winter Olympics open in Vancouver tonight, no less than 14 Monterey Institute alumni, faculty and students will be working on-site, chiefly as interpreters and translators.