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World Learning and School for International Training are pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Ingersoll to its Board of Trustees. Ingersoll is the granddaughter of the organization’s founder, Donald Watt, and the daughter of Phyllis Watt Ingersoll, who was an active leader and trustee for decades.
SIT Graduate Institute is proud to highlight three of its scholarships designed to help prospective master’s students make the most of this moment and advance their training—the Alumni Advantage Scholarship, the Vermonter Scholarship, and the Northern Neighbors Scholarship.
An SIT Study Abroad scholar will return to the Amazon this year to support workshops that will help indigenous communities learn about their land rights and how to protect themselves from illegal incursions. Emily Pugh will undertake this work as the newest Alice Rowan Swanson fellow.
School for International Training is proud to announce the launch of two new accredited part-time, hybrid master’s degrees in Global Leadership & Social Innovation and Humanitarian Assistance & Crisis Management.
World Learning is pleased to announce the appointment of four new members and one returning member to its Board of Trustees: Rye Barcott, Jack Benson, Elizabeth Clay Roy, Aicha Cooper, and Roopali Phadke. The cohort brings diverse perspectives and rich experience in their respective fields.
School for International Training has received accreditation for its milestone EdD in Global Education, SIT Graduate Institute’s first doctorate, as well as the first degree of its kind offered by a U.S.-based higher education institution.
World Learning and School for International Training (SIT) have entered into a new partnership with Diversity Abroad, to create positive systemic change in the institution. This process aims to ensure the organization is upholding its core values, especially social inclusion and justice.
SIT Graduate Institute, a leader in international education, is launching an EdD in Global Education.
SIT Graduate Institute is offering enhanced academic scholarships to thousands of returning Peace Corps volunteers forced to leave their posts this spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SIT repatriates 920 undergraduate and graduate students as global pandemic unfolds.
SIT receives accreditation for three new master's degrees, in Global Health Policy, Administration & Management; International Education; and Diplomacy & International Relations
Eleven SIT Study Abroad alumni presented undergraduate research at the 2020 Human Development Conference at Notre Dame University, where SIT Senegal alumna Tyeesha Webber of Howard University won a prize for research she conducted on SIT Senegal.
Registration is now open for School for International Training’s first annual Critical Global Issues Symposium, May 14-16 in Brattleboro, Vermont.
SIT announces the newest Alice Rowan Swanson fellow, Shaylah Nichols, an alumna of SIT Study Abroad in Uganda. She will return to Kampala to develop a girls empowerment program.
Join us Saturday, Sept 28, to plant up to 300 trees on the SIT campus.
An SIT summer program in Iceland will offset its carbon footprint by planting about 220 trees.
In his new role, Sonny Singh supports faculty and staff around the world in their understanding of SIT's student body and their changing needs.
Responding to one of the most critical global issues of the 21st century, School for International Training has introduced a groundbreaking new master’s degree that brings students face to face with real-world challenges and solutions to the crises that have displaced more than 68 million people worldwide.