The unusual path of Richard Crothers (MPA ’97) led from playing basketball in Switzerland to overseeing refugee field operations at camps in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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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.
A group of 21 people recently completed Frontier Market Scouts training at the Monterey Institute and headed off to work on impact investment projects in developing countries.
For student Brian Gueyser (MATI ´13), taking on the role of the Earthworm in the historic Carmel Forest Theater´s production of “James and the Giant Peach“ was a welcome change of pace from his translation and interpretation studies.
The Carnegie Reporter profiled several Monterey Institute nonproliferation students as future leaders in efforts to halt the spread of weapons of mass destruction.
Monterey Institute classmates enjoyed watching 2006 graduate Chris Cheng win the fourth season of the History Channel’s Top Shot reality TV competition.
Last year a record number of Monterey Institute alumni went the extra mile to support future students and their alma mater - and this year the goal is to break that record again.
First-year MPA student Lauren Marascho has won the Monterey Institute‘s William Sloane Coffin Award for 2012 for her outstanding anti-human trafficking essay.
45 the Institute students have received special scholarships to help fund summer language and immersive learning opportunities in 20 countries.
The Institute’s Alumni Achievement Award Program was relaunched in 2012 as a way to demonstrate the Institute’s commitment to and pride in its alumni through annual recognition of alumni leaders.