MIIS alumnus Clayton Snyder’s work on the Monterey Institute’s campus carbon neutrality initiative is featured in the October edition of Net Impact’s newsletter Leading Business.
Prepare to be a leader in biodiversity protection at local, national, and international levels with this specialization in the International Environmental Policy program.
Natural Resource Policy and Management graduates work for a variety of governmental organizations including, city, state, and federal agencies, intergovernmental organizations such as the UN, national and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), consulting firms, and private companies looking to minimize their environmental impact. Students within this track focus on resources as diverse as forests, fisheries, minerals, freshwater, and natural protected areas.
Monterey Institute Professor Kelley Calvert explores the long term effects of the BP oil spill on communities in the Gulf region as well as its secondary impact on California’s Central Coast in this week’s Monterey County Weekly cover story.
Ashley Blacow (IEP '08) shares how the Monterey Institute's environmental policy program helped to launch her career in ocean conservation.
The greatest hope of Bishnu Adhikari (MAIEP ’07) is that the humanitarian development work he and his colleagues undertake will someday make international aid unnecessary: “I hope one day to be out of a job!”
Net Impact’s annual student-generated guide to “what business schools are doing to prepare students for careers that make a positive impact on the world” offers generous praise to the Monterey Institute’s Fisher International MBA program.
Danielle Johnson (MPA ’12) learned valuable lessons about relief work this summer while assisting with the rehabilitation of oiled birds affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
“My best leads came through personal contacts” says David Reichbaum (MPA ’09) of his job search, and ultimately it was a MIIS alumni connection that landed him the job he desired.
The MIIS chapter of the global service organization Net Impact will help prepare the Hilton Bialek Biological Sciences Habitat at Carmel Middle School for the growing season.
The husband and wife team of MIIS Alumna Anna Cummins and Marcus Eriksen collected samples over a hundred mile stretch of the Atlantic; their findings have made headlines across the globe.