Five U.S. students at the Monterey Institute have received Fulbright awards to teach and conduct research in Africa, Asia and Latin America, the most students in a single year in the Institute’s 56-year history.
In 2009, Erika Mariano (MANPTS ’13) and fellow UCLA undergraduate students published a study in the MIT International Review suggesting that Osama bin Laden was living in a walled compound in an urban area of central Pakistan.
The first week in May found Monterey Institute experts in demand from Monterey to Melbourne as media outlets all over the globe sought comments from MIIS faculty on a wide variety of issues.
A front page article in the Monterey Herald extensively quotes Dr. William Potter, founder and director of the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, regarding the significance of the death of Osama Bin Laden.
A fundraising drive launched by the Monterey Institute’s international campus community following last month’s devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan has raised over $27,000 to support relief efforts.
The Monterey Institute of International Studies has launched an executive education program for summer/fall 2011, featuring three different tracks of two- to four-day training sessions taught in Monterey.
The NATO Review, the official publication of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, recently sought the expertise of Monterey Institute professor Sharad Joshi to shed a light on the issue of corruption in Afghanistan.
Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and alumni celebrated the diversity of the campus community April 16 at the annual Monterey Institute International Bazaar, a feast of international cuisine, traditions and entertainment.
Local, national and International media have quoted faculty and staff experts at the Monterey Institute and its Center for Nonproliferation Studies repeatedly over the past several days in their coverage of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster in Japan.
This Friday at 12:15 p.m., the Monterey Institute will host a panel discussion on “Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Troubles in Japan: Facts and Future Implications" featuring four campus experts. The event will be streamed live on the internet.