International Policy Studies alumnus Amir Murtaza provides technical assistance to local nonprofit agencies focused on human rights and helping the disenfranchised.
A group of 21 people recently completed Frontier Market Scouts training at the Monterey Institute and headed off to work on impact investment projects in developing countries.
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First-year MPA student Lauren Marascho has won the Monterey Institute‘s William Sloane Coffin Award for 2012 for her outstanding anti-human trafficking essay.
The Center for the Blue Economy’s mission is to demonstrate the interdependence of a healthy ocean and a strong economy and to make stewarding the “Blue Economy” a top global priority.
We do this by focusing on the economic contributions of the oceans and coasts to human welfare, as well as the current economic drivers that undermine ocean health. The CBE is anchored by the National Ocean Economics Program (NOEP), providing public access datasets to thousands of users each year.
Myra Goodman, co-founder of leading organic grower Earthbound Farm, will be the featured speaker at the Monterey Institute’s spring commencement ceremony on May 19.
Peter Shaw, professor of pedagogical magic (and English), is the winner of the seventh annual Leslie Eliason Excellence in Teaching Award at the Monterey Institute.
Six students from the Monterey Institute will receive U.S. Fulbright scholarship awards for the 2012-2013 academic year, the most in the Institute’s 57-year history.
Dr. Charlie Clements, executive director of Harvard’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy will deliver the keynote address at the Monterey Institute’s second annual Human Rights Fair.