January 2013 winter term opportunities for Institute students include a journey through Gandhi’s land, learning about transitional injustice in Chile, and participating in development projects in Peru or El Salvador, as well as a variety of courses offered in Monterey.
Monterey Institute students flocked to a full-day schedule of wide-ranging workshops and discussions all across campus on Career Focus Day, helping them to start thinking about and preparing for a successful career after graduation.
Three students from the Monterey Institute’s Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies program spent the summer working with internationally recognized experts as interns at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
One of the largest incoming classes in the history of the Monterey Institute—420 students—gathered on campus for orientation this week.
The US-Russia Virtual Science Challenge for Youth, a program developed and implemented by the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, was cited in a State Department news release as an example of cooperation between the two nations.
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The Carnegie Reporter profiled several Monterey Institute nonproliferation students as future leaders in efforts to halt the spread of weapons of mass destruction.
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.