Category Archive: MIIS News & Events

MIIS Community Annual Food Drive

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Dear MIIS Faculty and Staff and Students:  On October 31st, our MIIS Community kicked off our Annual Food Drive.  This is a community event that has taken place on campus for over 20… Read More

Institute Celebrates Immersive Learning, Applied Research, and Hands-On Learning Projects in 2nd Annual Report

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Learn about Middlebury Institute student immersive learning, research, and other hands-on learning projects from the last academic year in the second annual Immersive Learning, Research, and Impact Report.  This report celebrates onsite courses,… Read More

MIIS Welcomes New Staff

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MIIS welcomed the following new staff this fall. Dr. Jeni Henrickson Instructional Designer, Digital Learning & Inquiry (DLINQ) Justin Hitt Classroom & Event Technology Specialist II, Media Services Fabian Hinz Research Associate, CNS… Read More

Celebrating Staff and Faculty Length of Service Milestones

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Oct 23rd Flu Shot Clinic at MIIS

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MIIS Staff Advisor Team Announces First Friday Staff Meet-Ups

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The Staff Advisory Team will hold a monthly meet-up with staff from 12-1:30pm every first Friday. The next Staff Meet-Up on October 4th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in MG-100 or via… Read More

$25 tickets for Monterey Symphony

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The Monterey Symphony’s new season starts in October. They play one weekend per month (with a break December-January) through May at the Sunset Center in Carmel. MIIS faculty and staff can attend for… Read More

Life in Stone: An evening with art, food, and storytelling with Zimbabwean artist, Moses Nyanhongo

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Middlebury Institute of International Studies’ Committee on Art in Public Places (iCAPP) in partnership with Gallery Sur invites students, staff, faculty, alumni, and the Monterey community to meet Shona stone sculptor Moses Nyanhongo… Read More

New Photo Exhibit on Cultures in Transition

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Middlebury Institute faculty, staff, and students may have noticed the new photo exhibit in the upper McCone atrium installed earlier this month. Oliver Klink built a 15 year photographic project, called Cultures In… Read More

25 Years at the Middlebury Institute with Moyara Ruehsen

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Moyara Ruehsen, Associate Professor at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, recently passed her 25-year mark of employment.  She overseers the Institute’s Financial Crimes Management program and is a well-respected expert in money… Read More

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