Fellowships can provide fantastic career development and a chance to take student learning outside the classroom.
Students at the Middlebury Institute have the opportunity to live and work in another part of the world while enrolled, whether on a summer fellowship or as a Peace Corps Masters International.
A unique summer internship opportunity for students interested in nonproliferation brings undergraduate students to the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
Middlebury Institute student Kathryn Smart will study culture, politics, and religion in Chechnya this summer before heading off to Georgia to improve her Chechen language skills on a Boren Fellowship.
Middlebury Institute student Stephanie Gentle is adding her eighth and ninth languages as a Boren Fellow in Kyrgyzstan while using her skills to conduct valuable research for her international environmental policy degree.
The Monterey Institute recently welcomed Fulbright scholars from 17 countries for an intensive pre-academic program and an introduction to U.S. culture and hospitality.
Our students are very successful in obtaining prestigious fellowships. A list of the most relevant fellowships can be found here. Students and alumni will find a wealth of additional fellowship opportunities in the Jobs database on Zócalo.
The Institute’s Faculty Senate has established a Fellowships Committee to promote fellowships in our community, serve as mentors to students during the application process, and take part in fellowship-related activities on campus. Current committee members include:
Arabic language, Arab culture and media, linguistics, second language acquisition, language culture and identity.
Applied Linguistics, Ethnography, Heritage & Endangered Languages, Institutional Discourse Analysis, Interviews, Language Socialization, Linguistic Anthropology, Narrative, Service-Learning, Sociology, Student & Teacher Identities, Teacher Education, Teaching Methodologies, Teaching Writing
Pedagogy of language acquisition, integration of technology and cultural studies into the language curriculum, conflict and peace in the MENA (Middle East-North Africa) region, the history of colonialism and its aftermath in North Africa, socio-political and economic roots of popular uprisings in the Arab world, and political Islam
Causes, consequences, and amelioration of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons proliferation.
Cognitive linguistics, Chinese cognitive linguistics, Chinese as a heritage language, Chinese and Taiwanese popular culture, linguistic anthropology, and interactive blogging
English for academic purposes