Former Peace Corps volunteer and Coverdell Fellow Emma Miller MAIPD ’23 shares what brought her to the Middlebury Institute and how she’s leveraging her experience in Mozambique as she builds her career.
Now in his fourth semester of the International Policy and Development program, McDonnaugh is gaining professional experience with a leading aid organization while exercising his lifelong passion for service.
The Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program named the Middlebury Institute of International Studies one of the top-enrolling institutions nationwide for the 2020–21 academic year, with 48 students enrolled.
The Middlebury Institute attracted a record enrollment of Peace Corps participants this fall, reflecting the common values underlying their long partnership, which was recently renewed for another five years.
The U.S. Department of State has awarded one current Middlebury Institute student and two recent graduates Critical Language Scholarships for the study of languages considered vital to national security and economic prosperity.
The Middlebury Institute offered the International Professional Service Semester (IPSS) practicum internship course as a summer course for the first time 2021. Six students from three degree programs (IEP, IPD, and MPA) are participating in the first summer cohort.