Middlebury Institute International Policy and Development student Isabella Lloyd-Damnjanovic’s MAIPD ‘21 class research project on the real life implications of the policy to criminalize migrant search-and-rescue operations in the Mediterranean has been published by the highly respected Migration Policy Institute.
A translation of “Kafka Knocks at the Door,” a short story by Colombian author John Better by Middlebury Institute Translation and Interpretation student Michelle Mirabella MATI ‘21, was recently published in the journal Your Impossible Voice. This is her third publication in six months.
Max Troyer, chair of the Middlebury Institute’s Translation and Localization Management degree program has been appointed the Grover M. Hermann Chair in International Business Management in recognition of his “outstanding scholarship and practice in the area of localization management.”
MIIS Students in the International Education Management program (IEM) spend their final semester working with organizations in the international education field. We spoke with Aleena Yunuba Hammack ‘20 who is participating in a practicum with Camp Fire, a nonprofit organization with a 110-year history of inclusive youth development.
Middlebury Institute Professor George Henson has been nominated for a Northern California Book Award in the translated fiction category for his translation of Mephisto’s Waltz: Selected Short Stories by Sergio Pitol.
Associate Professor of Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Philipp Bleek presented on “Drones and CBRN Terrorism Threats and Responses” as the closing speaker for the June 3-4 “Countering Drones 2020” conference, organized by Defense iQ.
International Education Management Professor Anne Campbell and Thi Nguyen MAIEM ‘20 presented research on climate anxiety and international student mobility at the first International Education Climate Action Summit on May 21.