Fifty years ago last September, three forward-looking students enrolled in a new program offered by School for International Training (SIT).
Five St. Thomas mechanical engineering seniors spent last summer in Amman, Jordan, as part of the School of Engineering’s inaugural Global Summers Senior Design program, a partnership with SIT Study Abroad.
Joining a pan-Balkan arthouse film jury proved a transformative experience for youngsters brought up to think of their peers in other former Yugoslav countries as strangers and enemies.
In this opinion piece, Dr. Bruce W. Dayton assesses the state of peacebuilding around the world and the roadblocks that peacebuilders have faced over the last quarter century.
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, D.C.
Three Pace University students will study overseas thanks to academic scholarships funded by the United States Department of State.
When teacher John Ungerleider began leading what's now the Governor's Institute on Current Issues and Youth Activism in 1990, he hoped to link Vermont teenagers to the world at a time before smartphones and social media.
Nellie Joselyn missed the competitiveness that she thrived on during the soccer and softball seasons at Mount Si High. She learned how to be a leader along with honing her athletic skills as a Wildcat. And she was looking for more.
Morocco prides itself on an artisan culture that creates striking jewelry, metal, leather and wood. But one traditional craft is in danger of fading — the centuries-old skill of making zellige — the mosaic tile that adorns mosques and palaces.
As the second largest and second most populous continent on Earth, it is no wonder why Africa remains a key source market for international students.
The chief executive officer of Oxfam America will be the speaker for SIT Graduate Institute’s commencement exercises next month.
Starting in August, the School for International Training will offer a global master’s degree in climate change and global sustainability, the college recently announced.
The School for International Training will now get some of its electricity from a new photovoltaic system on campus.
The School for International Training this week activated a new solar power project that is expected to produce approximately 260,200 kilowatt hours (kWh) of renewable energy annually and mitigate 183 metric tons of carbon in the first year alone.
Albuquerque’s new first lady brings a wealth of professional, civic credentials to role
Despite the political divisiveness he sees now in the United States, Cameron Russell finds that most people throughout the world want to help each other.
International Education Week was established in 2000 by the U.S. Departments of Education and State to celebrate education and exchange around the world. IE Week is now celebrated primarily in higher education in more than 100 countries and has great relevance for learners of all ages.
Only one-tenth of Vermont Yankee’s original 650 workers remain at the shut-down nuclear plant, with all but 10 Entergy employees expected to remain once transfer of spent fuel to storage casks is completed a little over a year from now.
Fadia Thabet, a student at the School for International Training in Brattleboro, was recently awarded an International Women of Courage Award from the U.S. State Department.