Midwest Institute for International/Intercultural Education
The Midwest Institute for International/Intercultural Education (MIIIE) is a self-funded consortium of two-year colleges located in the Midwest region. Its primary objective is to support curriculum and professional development by organizing curriculum workshops, fall and spring conferences, overseas projects for faculty and students, assistance with grant development, provide faculty mentoring and professional networking.
For more information, contact Theo Sypris (firstname.lastname@example.org or 269-488-4283).
Click here to explore MIIIE’s upcoming workshops. For examples of the types of subjects covered, please read more below.
Past workshops have included the following topics:
- Human Migrations and Global Consequences (August 2022)
- Rising Asia and Global Consequences (May 2021)
- 2021 Faculty workshop series: Surveillance, Privacy, and Dissent in a Globalizing World (March 2021)
- Citizenship in the 21st Century (February 2021)
- Being Human in a Technologically-Driven World (October 2020)
- Global Competition, Cooperation, and Conflict (August 2016)
- Food, Water, and Quality of Life (August 2014)
Please note that this list is a representative sample of the types of subjects covered, and is not a comprehensive account of all workshops offered by MIIIE. Learn more about past and upcoming programs on the MIIIE website.