Careers that Make a Difference
Middlebury Institute graduates are highly marketable. Our graduates obtain positions with leading international businesses and organizations because they have proven, again and again, that they have the skills to hit the ground running after graduate school. When it comes time to find fulfilling careers, they benefit from the assistance of Middlebury Institute’s broad network of well-placed alumni, faculty, and Career Center staff.
To meet this need for talent, the Translation & Localization Management program is organized around three areas of training: translation, technology, and business management.
Dr. Czinkota teaches international business and trade at the McDonough Graduate School of Business at Georgetown University, where he also served as the chairman of the National Center for Export-Import Studies. Fluent in Spanish and German, he has held professorial appointments in Asia, Australia, Europe and the Americas.
International business to business marketing
Dr. Lynn Metcalf has taught IM 8691: International Business Negotiation at MIIS for tour years. IM 8691 is an experiential workshop where participants are introduced to and practice negotiation skills through a variety of inter-cultural simulations.
She is Professor and Chair, Marketing Area at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Dr. Metcalf’s research interests are focused on cross-cultural negotiation; package design for marketability; and innovation and regional development.
Professor McAllister presently teaches full-time at Saint Mary's College. He has taught a variety of finance and management courses at the graduate level in organizations including Santa Clara University, Eckerd College, and the University of Tampa.
Corporate finance, foreign direct investment, international capital markets, international finance
Professor Roberts teaches Economics, Money, Banking and International Finance, Decision Science, and Modeling and Forecasting. He has taught at the State University of New York, Howard University, Naval Postgraduate School, and the University of Southern California. He has also lectured in the U.S., Europe, Africa, and Asia. He was a visiting financial economist at the National Credit Union Administration in Washington, DC, and is an active member of several professional organizations including the American Economic Association and the American Statistical Association.
Economic theory, modeling and forecasting, monetary policy
PhD, Economics, University of Southern California; MA, Economics, California State University, Los Angeles; BA, Economics, California State University, Northridge
Professor Landry has taught at the University of Hawaii at Hilo, Hong Kong Baptist University and the University of Colorado at Boulder. He was program controller for the Ford Aerospace and Communications Corporation, held various cost accounting positions for the Hewlett-Packard company, and various production management positions for Proctor & Gamble.
Cost accounting, financial and management accounting, financial auditing, government and non-profit accounting
PdD, MBA, Accounting, University of Colorado, Boulder; BS, General Engineering, US Military Academy, West Point
"Moving from Bricks and Mortar to Clicks and Mortar? Strategic Structuring Issues to Consider to Preserve and Maximize Shareholder Wealth"
"Integrating Strategic and Financial Planning for Nonprofit Organizations"
"The Changing Role of Management Accountants in a Customer-Focused, Quality Driven and Value-Added World"
"Doing Business with The Peoples' Republic of China: How to Steer Clear of Dangerous Legal Pitfalls"