Recent Middlebury Institute graduate Hanna Kanabiajeuskaja (MACI ’14) manages exciting projects in 17 languages at Box every day, while enjoying camaraderie with nearby Institute alumni.
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Middlebury Institute students took advantage of the wide variety of professional development courses and field work opportunities offered this winter term in five countries on four continents.
Middlebury Institute MBA students Whitney Hales, Nuan He and Meagan Braun took first prize and a $10,000 award in The Economist’s first “Which MBA?” Case Competition, beating 24 teams from renowned business programs around the world.
Vice President for Academic Affairs Jeff Dayton-Johnson is the editor of a new book examining the perspectives of the emerging middle class in Latin America.
Rebecca Owen and Heather Frank, both recent graduates of the Middlebury Institute’s International Education Management program, are co-organizing the “Lessons from Abroad” conference at MIIS in March.
The Holland Center on the Middlebury Institute campus has reopened after extensive renovations and now features a new kitchen area, several study zones, and outdoor seating around a beautifully landscaped patio.
The internationally focused Middlebury Institute’s Cyber Security Initiative offers a holistic approach to cyber policy issues, combining intellectual expertise, strong partnerships and vast networks.
Dr. William Potter, director of the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, has been awarded the highest honor given by the Chilean government for his work on disarmament and nonproliferation.
The Middlebury Institute’s Graduate Initiative in Russian Studies offers students “unique opportunities” to build their understanding of Russian culture and language according to students, who especially value the program’s focus on relevance to their academic and career interests.
For the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, the new year begins with a new name for the 60-year-old graduate school with a global reputation.