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    Casa Fuente 452

    Working with Language & Professional Programs

    Learn more about the job opportunities with GSTILE's Language & Professional Programs! Hear from programs that include the Summer Intensive Language Program, Intensive English Programs, and Custom Language Services about their yearly activities and how you can get involved.

    • Closed to the Public
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    V499 Videoconference Rm

    CTBTO Youth Group club meeting

    Join us for the first meeting of the CTBTO Youth Group MIIS chapter in 2018! We will discuss our planned activities for spring semester, as well as your goals and proposals.

    • Closed to the Public
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    McCone Irvine Auditorium

    TILM Career Fair Prep Session

    Join this session to hone your networking skills in preparation for the Annual TILM Career Fair in March!

    • Closed to the Public
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    McGowan MG100

    Terrorism Studies Faculty Candidate Talk

    Howard Gambrill Clark will give a presentation to the MIIS community regarding his professional qualifications for the position of Professor of Terrorism Studies.Open to MIIS faculty, staff, and students.

    • Closed to the Public
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    Morse B106

    IEM Practicum Info Session

    IEM Practicum Info session: 1st Semester Students This 50-minute session will be led by Professor Chris McShane and Immersive Learning and Special Programs Director Carolyn Meyer. The content of this session is geared towards 1st semester IEM and IEM/MPA students interested in learning how to plan for the IEM Practicum in their final semester.

    • Closed to the Public
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    McCone Irvine Auditorium

    "Challenges & Solutions to the Crises Affecting Syrian Refugees": Lecture by Dr. Neil Boothby

    The Central Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey are co-sponsoring a lecture on February 20 by Dr. Neil Boothby, an expert on the effects of armed conflict and violence on children. Dr. Boothby is the Director of Mailman School of Forced Migration and Public Health at Columbia University. He served as the special adviser for children in adversity for President Obama’s administration and was UNHCR’s senior adviser for children for several years.

    • Open to the Public