Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to the U.S. generated wide media coverage this week, including high-profile articles quoting two Monterey Institute experts.
International Policy Studies
Former “Lost Boy” Mawuor Dior (MAIPS ’10) returned to his home country of Sudan after more than two decades away, in time to submit his ballot on the question of whether to establish an independent South Sudan.
Students at the Monterey Institute of International Studies are taking advantage of a wide range of professional development opportunities offered during the month-long January winter term.
Russia‘s new conviction of Mikhail Khodorkovsky led PBS NewsHour to ask Monterey Institute Professor Anna Vassilieva to put the news into perspective.
Professor Nüket Kardam and her students explore how grassroots leadership promotes development and social change in the Monterey Bay area.
A recent Monterey Institute graduate, Sara Ferree (MAIPS '10) now works for the Global Fund for Women in San Francisco.
China trade expert Thomas Hout will attempt to answer the question “Are We in a Cold War over Economics with China?” in a Tuesday night lecture at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
When she's not teaching class, MPA Professor Mahabat Baimyrzaeva pursues her passion for karate.
Eight Chinese students at the Monterey Institute of International Studies were recently invited to a special reception by the Chinese consulate in San Francisco, where they were praised for their commitment to promoting positive relations between Chinese and American youth.
The Veterans Organization at MIIS hosted a reception honoring student veterans on the eve of Veterans Day, joined by Congressman Sam Farr.