Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Meet some of the faculty whose hands-on experience in the field comes to life in the classroom.

Beryl Levinger

Edgard Coly

Program Chair, Master of Public Administration and International Policy and Development
Levinger's vision and foresight helps turn passion into a profession for Paul D. Coverdell Fellows.

Professor, French Studies
Coly discovered his talent and passion for teaching while still a student in his native Senegal.

Kathi Bailey

Jeff Langholz

Professor, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and Teaching Foreign Language
Bailey is pleased and honored to be a catalyst for her students’ greatest achievements.

Professor, International Environmental Policy
As a young Peace Corps volunteer, Langholz learned a lifelong lesson about sustainable practices.

Laura Burian

Anna Vassilieva

Professor, Translation and Interpretation
When Burian decided to study language on a whim, it changed the course of her career and academic future.
Professor, Russian Studies
As a young but demanding teacher in a village school near Leningrad, Vassilieva saw something remarkable in her students.

Philipp Bleek

Kent Glenzer

Professor, Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies
Bleek learned first-hand the importance of negotiation and communication skills when overcoming barriers.
Dean, International Policy and Management
Glenzer learned from one of the best to be an exemplary development professional.