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Clifford Symposium Features “Innovative Collaboration” Between Middlebury & MIIS

The Monterey Institute was well represented at the 2013 Clifford Symposium held at Middlebury College September 24-28. Eight faculty and alumni traveled to Vermont to participate in the event, which was dedicated to "Translation in a Global Community: Theory and Practice."

MIIS Program To Go National with Launch of Middlebury-Monterey Summer Intensive College English

The Monterey Institute has announced the launch of a new summer program offering intensive English training for international students attending college anywhere in the United States. The Middlebury-Monterey Summer Intensive College English program is based on the intensive English program that the Institute has for many years been offering to its own international students.

Middlebury Professor Steve Trombulak to Give Public Lecture on Large-Scale Conservation Planning

Middlebury College biology and environmental studies professor Steve Trombulak will deliver a public lecture on November 10 titled “Conservation Planning Across Large Landscapes and Seascapes: Is It Needed, and Can It Work?” as part of the Monterey-Middlebury Lecture series.

Nelle Sacknoff: Scavenger Hunt for Innovation in Latin America

Sitting one day in the Digital Media Commons in November talking about innovation and technology, my January term plans came up. My supervisor Bob Cole asked me, “What do you really want to do?” Growing up in a large family of eight and working in collaborative situations since leaving the nest, this type of question is not always easy for me to answer.

Location

Boca Chica
Dominican Republic
18° 26' 54.0492" N, 69° 59' 38.0256" W

Middlebury Geology Professors Using Monterey Coast as a Teaching Tool at MIIS

When they’re not otherwise occupied teaching their Winter term course Ocean Perspective: Energy and Mineral Resources to Coastal Dynamics and Management at the Monterey Institute, you’re likely to find Pat and Tom Manley somewhere along the memorable Monterey area shoreline scouting for good geological examples to show students.

New Program to Provide Language Scholarships for Up to 50 Incoming Students Each Year

Middlebury College and the Monterey Institute of International Studies have announced a new three-year scholarship program designed to strengthen the linguistic competency of incoming Monterey Institute students.

Series of Articles from Sierra Leone Research Course Published

In January 2010, Professor Pushpa Iyer led fourteen students from Middlebury College and the Monterey Institute of International Studies on a course named "Challenges to Peacebuilding in Sierra Leone." This course was part of the J-term curriculum, offered in the interim period between the fall and spring semesters. The students spent two weeks in the war-torn West African nation conducting interviews with individuals and organizations who are working to build the foundations for a stable civil society and lasting peace.