Since 2011, the Frontier Market Scouts program at the Middlebury Institute has been training budding social entrepreneurs and serving as a launch pad to exciting new careers through its unique fellowship program.
New connections were made and old bonds strengthened as numerous Middlebury Institute alumni returned to Monterey to participate in the American Association of Intensive English Programs’ annual conference.
Byte by byte, the Middlebury Institute is developing strategies for offering unique online and hybrid courses, without compromising the highly individualized attention and quality teaching for which it is known.
Analysis by experts at the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies showing that North Korea manipulated video of a submarine-launched ballistic missile test to mask failures has drawn headlines around the world.
Middlebury Institute professor Nükhet Kardam explores the fluidity of personal and national identities in her new multimedia publication “From Ottoman to Turk and Beyond: Shimmering Threads of Identity.
North Korea’s claims of a successful hydrogen bomb test were met with skepticism from Institute experts with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies in interviews with national and international media outlets.