Eight Monterey Institute faculty and alumni participated in the 2013 Middlebury Clifford Symposium, a collaborative effort between the Monterey Institute and Middlebury College highlighting language programs on both campuses.
Hailed by the American Literary Translator’s Association as “today’s foremost translator of classic Samurai texts,” Monterey Institute alumnus William Scott Wilson is perhaps best known for his translation of Hagakure that he started working on while still a student.
The Monterey Institute community is mourning the passing of Professor Carl J. Fehlandt, who taught Spanish translation and interpretation here for nearly four decades, shaping a generation of professional translators.
Author Nataly Kelly visited the Monterey Institute to share insights from her new book Found in Translation about how translation affects every aspect of our life.
Deirdre Durrance (MACI '86) talks about her experiences as an interpreter and translator for the past 20 years.
Leading localization operations for a global corporation provides alumna Eva Klaudinyova with frequent reminders of the value of her MIIS education.
The Translation & Localization Management program is on the cutting-edge of technology.
The Monterey Institute recently launched the MIIS International Friendship Program, matching interested international students with enthusiastic local families, and opening up the world for all involved.
Thirty-two local businesses and student service providers participated in the second annual Student Information Fair, which drew a large crowd on a sunny afternoon at the Monterey Institute’s downtown campus.
The Monterey Institute’s downtown campus is buzzing this week as a new and typically diverse class arrives to begin their MIIS experience.