The Monterey Institute will partner with Aslan Media to offer “Harnessing the Power of Social Media, Youth Movements and Dynamic Markets” on February 17-18 as part of the MIIS Executive Education program.
After intensive on-campus training, 37 Monterey Institute students are heading off to 18 different countries to gain professional experience in the field, staying on assignment for up to six months.
Monterey Institute alumni Alan Lovewell and Oren Frey have successfully launched Local Catch Monterey Bay – a new venture matching sustainable local fishermen with consumers on a regular basis.
Students will be working with international organizations around the world as part of the IPSS program.
Students enrolled at the Monterey Institute of International Studies have an opportunity to augment their studies with coursework at CSUMB.
Enrolled students are non-degree students who receive full credit in the course. While students do not pay additional tuition at CSUMB, students will be responsible for any additional special course fees associated with some classes.
Access will be limited to students determined to be qualified by the course instructor and availability of space in the requested course, with the understanding that priority will be given to students of the home institution.
It is now easier than ever to support student projects at the Monterey Institute of International Studies through MontereySTART, a newly launched micro-philanthropy platform.
Alfhild Aspelin (MAIEP '12) tells us how she went from working in the oil industry to pursuing an environmental policy degree.
The Monterey Institute campus was filled with joy on Saturday, December 10 when 88 students from 16 countries celebrated their achievements with family and friends at winter commencement.
The Monterey Herald published a front-page story on Monterey Institute alumnus Michael Seaman’s new role as the environmental and purchasing manager for the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
The Monterey Institute has received a $500,000 gift from the Milliken Foundation to support continuing efforts to attract top students to its “remarkable programs.”