About MonTREP

MonTREP's highly qualified and experienced professors ensure that Monterey Institute students have the necessary skills to address the world's most serious security problems and challenges in the upcoming years.  Colleen Traughber, Brita Sands, Nathan Poffenberger, Lauren Silver, Alexander Wells
The Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program (MonTREP) at the Monterey Institute of International Studies is a research organization which conducts in-depth scholarly research, assesses policy options, and engages in public education on issues relating to terrorism and counterterrorism, extremist groups, regional studies of terrorism, and related aspects of international and homeland security.
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MonTREP benefits from the employment of professors and graduate students in the Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies degree program.  The unique courses taught in this program contribute to the research done at MonTREP; all MonTREP research faculty are also teaching professors.  In addition, the language requirement at MIIS creates a large pool of research assistants who are able to proficiently work in languages other than English.  MonTREP pulls all of its graduate research assistants from the Graduate School of International Policy & Management.