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The Monterey Institute’s Annual Security Report, issued in compliance with the Campus SaVE Act, shows yet another year of zero reported crimes.
This week, the Monterey Institute community is celebrating the arrival of 373 new students hailing from 35 countries and speaking over two dozen different languages with a variety of activities.
We can’t reach our goals, whether personal or global without working together,” says Monterey Institute staff member Dollie Pope, who is especially thankful for all the people who support her in her daily life and at work.
“I eavesdrop shamelessly,” confesses Ann Flower, assistant director of library services at the Monterey Institute, who enjoys stepping forward when she observes students or faculty grappling with research-related questions.
"You could say it is any MPA's dream project,” says Monterey Institute alumnus Craig Middleton of his leading role in the creation and running of the Presidio Trust.
Eleven students from top-tier universities will take part in the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies’ 2013 Summer Undergraduate Internship in Nonproliferation Studies.
Summer has arrived at the Monterey Institute with an influx of students studying Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish and Japanese as part of the Monterey Institute’s Summer Intensive Language Program, and an even more international group enrolled in the Intensive English Program.
The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) recently moved into the newest addition to the Monterey Institute campus, a 10,500 square foot building at 499 Van Buren Street.
Reflecting the great quality of its program, the MIIS Intensive English as a Second Language Program has been formally accredited by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation.