When faculty in the International Education Management program sought to make their classes more inclusive, accessible, and sustainable, they turned to their students for advice, creating a process they hope others will replicate.
Nuclear nonproliferation researcher Masako Toki writes in the Bulletin for the Atomic Scientists that the dwindling number of atomic bomb survivors—known as hibakusha—have an important role for teaching the next generation of nonproliferation experts.
Transforming conflict is at the heart of a seven-year Middlebury initiative that is funding dozens of graduate fellows each year to apply their learning in research and community projects. The first annual event showcased projects and sparked conversation.
The Institute’s Center for the Blue Economy has contributed its research and policy heft to a national coalition that has helped get big wins on making sure that federal climate change efforts include the ocean.