Three Middlebury Institute International Environmental Policy students earn high praise from Central Coast Community Energy for an ambitious class project where they make the financial case for clean, renewable, and affordable housing solutions for Monterey.
The Hunter Legacy, an award-winning documentary film by Middlebury Institute International Environmental Policy alumnus Hunter Sykes is now available for viewing on Amazon Prime. We caught up with the film maker for an update on his activities since we last spoke, for a feature in the Winter 2020 Communiqué.
Recognizing the importance of transformative language development for global careers, the Middlebury Institute is now offering MA students the opportunity of adding a specialization in Languages for Professional Purposes.
The Middlebury Social Impact Corps combines undergraduate and graduate collaboration, mentorship and immersive learning, with client projects benefitting local non-profit partners. This year, the 8-week summer program also included lessons in remote community building and virtual problem solving.
What does a government agency do when faced with the threat of sea level rise inundating an eight-mile stretch of critical north/south highway (Highway 1), while simultaneously protecting critical habitat of national significance (Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Reserve)? Conduct a study and call upon the experts.
From June 15th through July 24th, the Middlebury Institute brought together 13 distinguished fellows with 46 leading experts in US-Russia relations for the fourth annual Monterey Summer Symposium on Russia (MSSR).
The Middlebury Institute‘s Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies degree has been reclassified as a STEM program. International students who complete the degree may be eligible for a two-year extension of their resident status after graduation.