With increasing numbers of students seeking flexibility, the Middlebury Institute recently announced a new online MA in International Education Management that allows students to complete their master’s degrees at their own pace without moving to Monterey.
To gain a better appreciation for the important role that language can play in intercultural communication and partnership-building, we spoke with Dr. Netta Avineri, TESOL and Teaching Foreign Language Associate Professor and Intercultural Competence Committee Chair.
In response to significant demand for a remote option, the Middlebury Institute recently launched a new online Master of Arts in TESOL program that allows students to complete their master’s degrees in two years without having to relocate to Monterey.
“Tap deeply into the long-standing MIIS alumni network, as well as professors and advisors,” advises Mary Njeri Njuguna MATESOL ’20 as she reflects on how she got her role as an English and social studies teacher at an international school in Egypt.
Alumnae and staff members Alicia Brent MATESOL ’03 and Lisa Donohoe MATESOL ’09 of the Institute’s Custom Language Services program have been recognized by the U.S. Department of State as leading experts in the field of teaching English for professional purposes.
The Middlebury Institute has established a new scholarship for alumni of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI), and Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) as part of our commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Reimagining the annual language symposium, supporting students with disabilities, advances in migrant education - these are just a few of the stories involving students, faculty, and alumni of the TESOL and TFL programs in the newest edition of Discourse and Repartée.