Interview with SIT professor David Shallenberger on his internationalization work in Brazil

David Shallenberger, PhD, is a professor of international education at SIT Graduate Institute. Shallenberger was recently invited by the Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Norte in Brazil to consult on their internationalization efforts. In this interview, Shallenberger tells us more about his recent experience in Brazil and how he became involved in this project. […]

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On Multiculturalism and Interculturalism

By Safik Ansari, current student in the MA in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation program completing his practicum as the Communications and Coordination Intern for the Dean’s office at SIT’s Vermont campus. A multicultural experience is when an individual, group, or community of ethnic, religious, or other different cultural backgrounds interact. It is through this multicultural […]

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SIT Welcomes Two New Faculty Members

SIT Graduate Institute is pleased to welcome two new full-time faculty members to our community. Each brings to SIT a high level of academic and field-based expertise in their respective fields of sustainable development and TESOL education. Learn more about our newest faculty members Teresa Healy and Steve Iams below.   Dr. Teresa Healy, Professor […]

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Field course provides new perspectives on development in the Caribbean

by Liz Purdy, current SIT student in the Master of Arts in Sustainable Development program. When I visited SIT as a prospective student a year ago, one aspect of the school that stood out was that professors were extremely active in their chosen fields—they weren’t just publishing papers and teaching, they were running foundations, traveling, […]

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… And I found the path to light

Sadiqa Sultan participated in the CONTACT South Asia program held this past December in Kathmandu, Nepal. Below, she reflects on her experiences in the program and what they mean to her personally. By Sadiqa Sultan Who knew why I was destined to go to the land of Buddha. Now that I am back home, in […]

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