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Applying many of the skills he gained in the Middlebury Institute’s Frontier Market Scouts program, Drew Foxman is using music as a tool for social change through Giant Steps, an organization he founded.
MA, International Policy Studies
IPSS Assignment: World Trade Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
MA, Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies
IPSS Assignment: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna, Austria
Students from the Middlebury Institute will spend Spring Break taking advantage of career networking opportunities in the nation’s capital and a whirlwind research trip to Japan and China.
The Middlebury Institute’s Monterey Forum brings language industry professionals, academics and students together every two years to explore the latest trends in the language services field.
Of the many lessons about responding to emergency situations that students took from a recent weekend workshop at the Middlebury Institute, the biggest one may be the value of preparation.
The founder of San Francisco opera company Ars Minerva contacted Middlebury Institute translation professor Joe McClinton for help after finding three “lost” operas in the archives of Venice’s Biblioteca Marciana.
Employers ranging from Facebook to the State Department traveled to Monterey to recruit language students from the Middlebury Institute, with many sending Institute alumni as recruiters.
Professor Victor Friedman of Israel, the first recipient of the Institute’s new Tyler Visiting Fellow in Residence Award, will offer a public lecture on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict March 7.
The Middlebury Institute currently has 62 students enrolled through the Peace Corps Fellows and Peace Corps Masters International programs as part of its long partnership with the Corps.