Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

International Environmental Policy

Laura Henson

 – Fast Fact: Lauren ran a private marathon with two other volunteers down the national highway of Mozambique. "I genuinely want to be a part of something that is much bigger than myself..."

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Tiffani Jarnigan

 – Fast Fact: Tiffani studied Russian for 10 years. "After graduating from the Monterey Institute, I felt confident in performing any task...putting together a sustainability..."

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Silvia Sanchez

 – Fast Fact: Silvia hiked the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. "My favorite thing is definitely the faculty's dedication to the students and the program."

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James Knuckles

 – Fast Fact: James traveled to 10 countries on a 100-day trip around the world. "My peers in the IEP program hail from every corner of the planet...learning from them is my favorite part..."

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Allysum Pohl

 – Fast Fact: Allysum lived on a sailboat as a kid and is a contortionist. "I get to practice using tools and writing and presenting projects like I will be doing in my career for years to come..."

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Alexandra Ogden

 – Fast Fact: Alexandra is currently living 12,000 feet above sea level in rural Peru as a Peace Corps Master's International student. "Professor Jason Scorse's approach to environmental policy is truly what I like most about the International Environmental..."

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Adam Fullerton

 – Fast Fact: Adam sailed from San Diego to South Africa when he was 16 as part of a semester at sea program. "My favorite part of the IEP program is the professional curriculum that not only gives students a strong academic..."

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Kat Gordon

 – Fast Fact: Kat spent a whole afternoon diving with great white sharks in South Africa. "I like the tight knit community and the responsiveness of the program to student needs..."

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Catherine Carlton

 – Fast Fact: Catherine works at a permaculture NGO in Malawi. "My favorite aspect of the International Environmental Policy program was the individual attention each student received..."

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