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SIT welcomes 44 master's students to the May 2019 Capstone Seminar, taking place on the Brattleboro campus at 1 Kipling Road Tuesday, May 7 through Thursday, May 9.
SIT Study Abroad academic directors and program collaborators will present papers at two SIT Study Abroad-sponsored panels at the 2019 Latin America Study Association Congress, May 24-27 in Boston.
At least six current NAFSA volunteer leaders have roots at School for International Training and one, SIT Graduate Institute International Education MA Program Chair Dr. Sora Friedman, chairs NAFSA’s Teaching, Learning and Scholarship Knowledge Community and has co-edited a new NAFSA publication about careers in the field.
A conversation about the Venezuela crisis within the larger context of Latin America
Due to an application system upgrade, we will open the fall 2019 application period on Monday, Dec. 10, five days earlier than planned. This will give students extra time to submit their applications before the system upgrade begins.
School for International Training appoints Ian O’Brien to fill a new position, Director of Security, to monitor, analyze, and report risk in the countries where SIT Study Abroad and SIT Graduate Institute programs are hosted and enhance SIT’s rigorous safety and security measures for our students abroad.
Prompted by growing economic disparity and environmental destruction and the lack of visibility of existing alternatives, the School for International Training (SIT) is introducing a revamped Master of Arts in Sustainable Development.
Responding to a growing need for leaders in the field of humanitarian aid, School for International Training will launch a one-year Master of Arts degree in Humanitarian Assistance and Crisis Management in fall 2019.
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's testimony and her experience shined a spotlight on the power dynamics that all too often get in the way of a woman’s right – anybody’s right -- to speak, to be heard, and to have one’s experience counted. We can and must do better to address not only the issue of sexual violence in our society, but also the way survivors of sexual assault are too often treated.
A new peace and justice master’s degree from School for International Training will include a formative two-week residency in South Africa, and classes through two influential organizations, the United States Institute of Peace and the Alliance for Peacebuilding in Washington, DC.