As part of their ongoing Monterey Security Dialogue, the Middlebury Institute and the nearby Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) hosted a February 4 public event on "The Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria: Lessons for U.S. Policy."
Middlebury Institute staff members Trish Aportela, Alisyn Gruener, Andrew Hernandez, and Jennifer Peck are the recipients of the 2019 “Above and Beyond“ Awards, recognizing their exceptional dedication to the Institute and its students.
Over the past four years in December staff at the Middlebury Institute have fulfilled the holiday wishes of 500 children and adults in the “Gift of Giving” event benefitting Monterey County migrant farm workers and their families.
In the third week of November each year, at universities across the United States, International Education Week showcases the diversity of cultures in our institutions and the benefits of global learning. We did a quick poll of some of our recent IEM alumni about what events they and their colleagues were organizing this year.
The Middlebury Institute's International Education Management degree program was well represented at the NAFSA: Association of International Educators Region 12 Conference in Pasadena, CA in November 2019.
The Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism (CTEC) at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies has joined a consortium to provide capacity building in the area of counterterrorism finance as part of a global project.
On October 18th, 2019, the Center for the Blue Economy and Blue Frontier co-convened a meeting of thought leaders from across industry, government, academia, and the conservation community of California. The goal? To refine the Ocean Climate Action Plan, a.k.a. the "Blue New Deal," and take it to the national stage.
Zimbabwean artist Moses Nyanhongo shared his sculpting technique and the cultural background of the world acclaimed Shona Sculpture Movement at a live demonstration and reception at the Holland Center Courtyard on September 26, 2019.