Temie Giwa-Tubosun MPA ‘10 is the founder and CEO of LifeBank and she is being recognized for her groundbreaking work using technology and innovation to address blood-shortages in Nigeria, and for LifeBank’s respond to the pandemic.
The global pandemic has led to greater gender wage disparity, but Middlebury Institute alumna Zara Nanu MPA ’06, founder and CEO of GapSquare, says with the right response the long-term impact could be positive.
Best advice for a MIIS student today? Don’t be passive. Work with professors to design your own immersive learning projects, apply for funding, and get published. If you’re up for it, it’s a great way to do some hands-on learning that is a little more real world than perhaps a structured program.
Want to work in international development? Scott Webb, career and academic advisor for our MA in International Policy and Development, MPA, and MA in International Trade and Economic Diplomacy, discusses how to launch your career.
As part of a segment on the development of storm-proof renewable energy resources in the Caribbean, Justin Locke (MPA, ‘08) spoke with Bill Whitaker of 60 Minutes about the Islands Energy Program of the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI).
While there’s nothing like making a first impression in person, with the right preparation you can turn a virtual career fair into real-life job opportunities. Here are six ways to maximize the increasingly popular virtual career fairs.
Our annual fall Community Career Fair—held virtually this year for the first time—was a success. Nearly two dozen employers participated and the virtual format allowed for more individual contact between employers and potential recruits.
Middlebury Institute alumna Temie Giwa-Tubosun, founder and CEO of the healthcare and logistics company LifeBank in Nigeria has won awards and been recognized for her life-saving innovations. Her approach is to combine a passion for solving problems with a sound business model.
Middlebury Institute student Eric Mora discovered the power of art and literature when he experienced discrimination as an English learner in American public schools. Today, it serves as a driving force for his dedication to community activism.
Six Middlebury Institute graduate students partnered this summer with undergraduate students from Middlebury College in the Middlebury Social Impact Corps, working with organizations in Peru, Monterey, and The Bahamas.