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SIT TESOL alumna Kelly Nault of Pinellas Park, Florida, has been selected for a virtual project engaging with English language learners and teachers online at Peru's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Nault is among the more than 100 Virtual English Language Educator Program participants for the 2024-25 academic year.
SIT's line-up for fall 2024 features 46 programs around the world. New offerings include digital storytelling in Lisbon, social movements in Seville, cryptocurrency in Geneva, Mandarin language in Ho Chi Minh City.
Members of the public are invited to hear capstone presentations of students completing master's degree programs at SIT Graduate Institute. The students will present their final capstone projects Dec. 11-13, 2023.
While away students have 24/7 access to SIT’s Student Health, Safety & Well-being team, which includes experts in risk management, crisis response, mental health, disability services, and global health
SIT announces an exciting roster of 22 programs for summer 2024. Start planning now for a meaningful -- and fun! -- summer abroad.
A statement from SIT President Sophia Howlett and Provost Said Graiouid regarding the tragedy of the earthquake in Morocco.
Members of the public are invited to hear capstone presentations of students completing master's degree programs at SIT Graduate Institute. The students will present their final capstone projects Aug. 7-10, 2023, ahead of SIT's annual commencement on Aug. 12.
SIT has received a Fulbright-Hays grant to develop a summer 2024 climate change program in Tanzania for U.S. college and high school educators.
The U.S. Supreme Court banned the use of race-conscious admissions practices by colleges and universities, rolling back decades of precedent supporting the consideration of race as one of many factors that universities can use in their admissions decisions.
SIT Professor Emerita Linda Drake Gobbo is honored by NAFSA for her lifetime achievements in the field of international education.
SIT Assistant Professor Melissa Whatley has received an award from NAFSA for her innovative research addressing accessability in international education.
Vermont Legislature honors 90-year history of SIT and World Learning
SIT graduate students will present their final capstone papers May 1-3. Presentations are virtual and members of the public are invited to attend.
SIT Kenya alumna Kiya Henderson has earned top honors from the Forum on Education Abroad for her research on maternal health.
Submissions are invited for SIT's new multilingual Journal of Critical Global Issues, which will launch in May with a roundtable discussion, followed by publication of the Journal's first edition in early 2024.
On December 13, Sen. Leahy submitted a floor statement to the U.S. Senate in recognition of World Learning’s 90th anniversary. The statement highlighted the global impact World Learning, School for International Training, and The Experiment in International Living have made over nine decades and thanked the staff, faculty, alumni, and participants for their important ongoing efforts.
Members of the public are invited to attend SIT capstone seminars, Dec 12-15.