Thirty-nine students from all around the world gather in three different locations (California, Washington D.C., and Kenya) to further their knowledge and expand their skills in the field of development.
At least seven Middlebury Institute students have been offered a summer fellowship at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, Switzerland. The organization and the Institute recently renewed their decade old memorandum of understanding (MOU).
Language services professionals including Dr. Yun-Hwang Lee, interpreter at the recent U.S.-North Korea summits, will appear at a conference celebrating 50 years of translation, interpretation, and localization instruction at the Middlebury Institute on May 4-5.
Twenty-three students conducted field research into a variety of topics related to their interests during a spring break trip to Tokyo and Beijing as part a semester-long Middlebury Institute seminar on East Asia’s foreign policy, trade, and security issues.
At a time when relations between Russia and the United States are at their worst, the Graduate Initiative in Russian Studies (GIRS) has identified new pathways for academic cooperation, knowledge-share and expert analysis between MIIS graduate students and Russian scholars and experts.
The annual meeting of James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies’ International Advisory Council addressed relations with Russia, initiatives to foster diversity in the national security field, and the challenges of radiological weapons, among other themes.
The MIIS International Trade Association is hosting it annual bicoastal TRADETalks Conference on November 30th. The student-run conference will feature panel discussions on the most pressing issues related to international trade.