In this video, Katherine Punteney, chair of the MA in International Education Management, talks through the six types of graduate degrees in international education: the focus of the curriculum, the approach to teaching and learning, and the most common career trajectories.
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.
International Education Management students Sayre Weir and Milira Tillman were only a few weeks into their graduate studies at the Institute when they started collaborating on the now published collaborative research project with Professor Paige Butler.
Four Middlebury Institute International Education Management students facilitated a pre-departure training session for Rotary Exchange Youth Program, putting some of the lessons they are learning in class to practice.
At the Middlebury Institute, students become colleagues and often continue collaboration with faculty beyond graduation. A great example of this tradition is the continued research collaboration between International Education Management Professor David Wick and alumna Evelyn Lueker MAIEM ‘18.
Staff and faculty from the Middlebury Institute joined colleagues from Cal State University Monterey Bay to kick off “semester of relationship-building” with City of Gonzales to explore options for increased involvement, research and classes.