In a new article in Globalizations, Middlebury Institute Professor William Arrocha argues that the expansion of ‘geographies of sanctuary’ through state laws fosters more inclusive immigration federalism, directly challenging the enforcement of today’s immigration laws considered by many as unfair and inhumane.
Middlebury Institute Professor Avner Cohen and National Security Archive Senior Analyst Bill Burr recount how, despite setting up a system of visits in the 1960’s, the United States failed to prevent Israel from developing a nuclear weapon in a recent article in Haaretz.
Temie Giwa-Tubosun MPA ‘10 is the founder and CEO of LifeBank and she is being recognized for her groundbreaking work using technology and innovation to address blood-shortages in Nigeria, and for LifeBank’s respond to the pandemic.
The MATESOL program at MIIS includes a practicum portion, which combines reflective practice and professional development in preparing students for a career in language education. Mary Njuguna is completing her practicum with two organizations, the International School of Monterey and the English for Academic and Professional Purposes program at the Institute.
The Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program at the Middlebury Institute for International Studies (MIIS) includes a Practicum portion, which combines reflective practice and professional development in preparing students for a career in language education. We caught up with David Gumbiner MATESOL ‘21 who is currently completing his practicum with two organizations: the International School of Monterey (ISM) and ChatEng.
Translation and interpretation student Jessie Liu shares her work as a certified court interpreter and translator in California, and how she is enhancing her skills as a student at the Middlebury Institute.
Joshua Yaffa, a Moscow correspondent for The New Yorker, discussed his book, Between Two Fires: Truth, Ambition, and Compromise, with students in 400- and 500-level Russian courses on November 5 in a conversation hosted by the Graduate Initiative in Russian Studies (GIRS).
As part of the International Professional Service Semester, Bailey Warren MAIEP ‘20 is interning with Wildcoast, a nonprofit environmental organization based in San Diego, and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), a Switzerland-based conservation and sustainability-focused organization.
A study published in the journal International Security coauthored by James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies experts Samuel Meyer, Sarah Bidgood, and William C. Potter sheds light on the little-known story of US and Soviet pursuit of radiological weapons.