“Challenge yourself to think outside of the box and subvert your own expectations.” Cassandra Otero IPD ’20 gives advice to students as they consider future career goals.
Director of the Center for the Blue Economy Dr. Jason Scorse contributed to a new report on ocean-based climate solutions published by the Economist Group.
Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Professor Dr. Avner Cohen provided insight into Iran’s nuclear program on a panel with Haaretz.
| by Stephen Diehl
Céline C. Browning, who earned her MA in Conference Interpretation in 2014 (Japanese/English), has built an impressive client list that includes Marie Kondo.
| by Stephen Diehl
Emeritus professor at the Middlebury Institute is remembered as a beloved teacher and accomplished researcher and author who taught courses on human security, international migration, multiculturalism, East Asia, and Russia-East Asia Relations.
| by Min Tan MATLM ’17
“After I graduated from MIIS, I realized how powerful the alumni network is.” Min Tan MATLM ’17 describes how networking helped her launch her career in localization.
| by Sayre Weir MAIEM ’20
“Time flies, so take advantage of your time in the program to build relationships with peers and faculty.” Sayre Weir MAIEM ’20 describes what it takes to land an assistant director role in international student life.
“The DC market deals with such a rich variety of topics that knowing how to prepare for technical meetings, be it on security or finance or human rights, is absolutely essential.” Miguel Garcia MACI ’14 describes what it takes to succeed as a professional interpreter.
Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies professor Dr. Jeffrey Lewis provided insight into China’s recent nuclear-capable hypersonic missile test in an Australian Broadcasting Corporation podcast.
| by Jason Warburg
A series of international experiences taught Middlebury Institute alumna Lacey Raak MAIEP ’08 that lasting change begins at the local level, where today she is leading efforts to implement environmentally sound policies and practices in her own community on California’s Central Coast.