This week, Prof. Tsuneo Akaha will be a panelist in a forum on peace. The Jeju Peace Institute, headed by Amb. HAN Tae Kyu, is pleased to announce live webcasts of the 5th Jeju Peace Forum to be held at Havich Hotel & Resort, August 11th, Tuesday – 13th, Thursday, 2009. United Nations Secretary-General Ban […]

Dr. James Newman of the Naval Postgraduate School was on campus July 30 to talk with visiting Fulbright students. He shared stories of his time as an astronaut during four Space Shuttle missions. Dr. Newman has logged over 43 days space, including working in the International Space Station and six space walks. He gave the […]

For those of you who missed this session, here are the slides on projected changes in the finance area that will result from reorganization and integration.  And here are slides showing the recent round of office moves (before and after) that aim to foster collaboration and cohesion within the two new schools and advising center. […]

FirstClass email will cease to be used on September 15, 2009, as the Monterey Institute completes its transition to Exchange email hosted by Middlebury College.  If you are still using FirstClass to send email, you should plan to transition to Exchange email before the fall semester begins. Contact the Helpdesk (ext. 6656) for assistance.

Your colleagues at The Center for Advising and Career Services extend a warm invitation for you to attend an Open House At The Center for Advising and Career Services Third Floor of the McCone Building Please come up to visit the new space, meet the staff, enjoy good food, good friends and the lovely environment […]

A software upgrade for the Institute course management system: Moodle, accessible online at http://elearning.miis.edu is scheduled for mid-August. This upgrade will bring the site software up to date and help resolve authentication protocols with the Middlebury network as we continue to align systems with Exchange and Bannerweb. Our goal is to make this process as […]

We will be undertaking a software upgrade to the Institute course management system: Moodle, accessible online at http://elearning.miis.edu. This upgrade will bring the site software up to date and help resolve authentication protocols with the Middlebury network as we continue to align systems with Exchange and Bannerweb. Our goal is to make this process as […]

The Student Council is responsible for recruiting 40+ volunteers to facilitate the Community Building Activities during New Student Orientation in late August.  Greg Freeman, the SC President, recruited a good number of student volunteers; however, students have requested that we add more faculty and staff into the group of facilitators. As a Community Building volunteer, […]

Monterey Institute student Nikita Perfilyev was awarded the special prize “New Talent in Nonproliferation” by the Russian Center for Policy Studies (PIR Center) on July 3, 2009. In addition to studying nonproliferation at the Institute with the support of a Fulbright fellowship, Nikita is a research assistant at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. […]

AFS Steinbeck Coast  is currently seeking a Sending Coordinator (description attached). This is a volunteer opportunity that two people can share. Each year AFS has a training gathering and invites coordinators from throughout the United States to attend. In past years they have met in Portland, OR, Chicago, IL, St. Louis, MO, and Baltimore, MD. […]

The following guidelines are adapted from Middlebury’s policy on the use of college email.  We think they make sense for us as well, and would like to ask that all members of the community to follow them. 1. Messages must relate directly to College business. Announcements of non-college events should be handled through other channels. […]

Professor Tsuneo Akaha has been elected to serve on the Board of Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC), a regional affiliate of the Association for Asian Studies for another two-year term, beginning in June 2009. Jeet Sapkota, a Waseda University student from Nepal, whom Professor Akaha advised while in Tokyo last year, won the best graduate […]

Intensive English Programs is hosting a three-week Pre-academic Program for Fulbright students this summer from July 20th-August 7th. These students come from all over the world and will be pursuing Master’s degrees and PhD’s in fields as diverse as engineering, veterinary medicine, music, and political science. One of the activities the students participate in is […]

We are pleased to announce the selection of a new applicant tracking system (ATS) to be hosted by Greentree Systems, Inc., a California-based software company that’s been in existence since 1983. After recently undertaking a thorough analysis of available ATS products with our HR counterparts at Middlebury College, we have elected to replace our existing […]

Among the non-degree program offered by GSTILE this summer is a three-day simultaneous interpreting workshop in Portuguese/English and Portuguese/Spanish. The instructor, Professor Ewandro Magalhães in Brasilia, Brazil, is a native of Brazil and a seasoned conference interpreter, translator, trainer and author. He has logged over 1,100 days of conferences in Brazil, Africa, and the United […]

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