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.
Students at the Middlebury Institute have a choice of winter term courses offered on five continents, ranging from exploring education abroad management in Spain to earning a certificate in international development and social change though DPMI Rwanda.
Middlebury Institute student Jessica Le Briquer is “living the dream” after working as an interpreter at the Paris Climate Talks, interpreting for celebrities and activists, as well as government officials.
“The world can be a scary place,” commented Middlebury Institute student commencement speakers Molly McKeon and Muhammed Sayed, but “As members of the MIIS community, we’ve all taken a first step towards addressing those challenges.”
Middlebury Institute student Muhammad Umer Khan’s research paper on the prospects for cooperation between India and Pakistan to combat the threat of nuclear and radiological terrorism recently won the International Journal of Nuclear Security student writing competition.