Middlebury Institute Professor Lyuba Zarsky has been awarded a Faculty Micro-grant by the Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program to support her integration of the raw case study used in the 2018 Aspen Case Competition into her teaching.
"My FMS training gave me the confidence to start a social enterprise that I developed at the Institute." Ameen Beydoun MBA/MAIPD ‘18 shares his experience as a Frontier Market Scouts fellow in Senegal.
"I am excited to continue working alongside an inspiring group who are helping improve the impact of the world’s berry company." Jillian Flavin MBA/MAIEP ‘18 shares her experience in the Frontier Market Scouts program.
"My biggest takeaway from the FMS training was that those of us practicing social impact have an immense amount of responsibility and opportunity before us." Tyler Higginson MBA/MAIPD ‘18 shares his experience as a Frontier Market Scouts fellow in Saint Louis, Senegal.
Associate Professor Moyara Ruehsen has been teaching courses on financial crime—including money laundering, trade-based financial crime, corruption, proliferation financing, and terrorist financing—at the Institute since 1994.
Outside client projects help reinforce classroom concepts, says Tyler Higginson MBA/MAIPD ’18, part of a team of Middlebury Institute students consulting with an Irish organization working to ease the effects of a housing crisis.