SIT students at the people's climate march in New York City September 21, 2014.

From Vermont to Vietnam – SIT student’s climate change initiative gains support

Mae Quilty is a current SIT Graduate Institute student completing her practicum by serving as the Trustees’ Fellow for the SIT Study Abroad IHP Climate Change program in Vietnam, Morocco, and Bolivia. As I delve deeper into the practicum phase of my SIT experience, I am constantly reminded of experiences during my on-campus phase. Whether […]

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Caitlyn speaking to incoming SIT students at September's convocation ceremony.

SIT Student Reflects on her City Year Service

Caitlyn Clark is a current SIT student in her second year of the MA in Sustainable Development program, working with the “Green UP SIT” campaign to fulfill her practicum requirement and encourage divestment away from fossil fuels and into cleaner energy sources. Caitlyn is also a City Year alumna, serving for two years in Philadelphia […]

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Faculty chairs Susan Barduhn (left), Karen Blanchard, and Teresa Healy led the convocation audience through the song Dona Nobis Pacem.

Convocation Ceremony 2014

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, SIT Graduate Institute celebrated the start to the new academic year with its annual convocation ceremony. Facilitated by Dean Daniel Yalowitz, the event included a series of invited speakers who shared stories and offered words of wisdom to the newest cohort of SIT students, who had gathered in the International […]

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Class is in Session

Fall is here, the weather is cooling down, the leaves will soon start changing color, and SIT students are back in class. This semester, 164 new students began full-time master’s degree programs in their academic journeys to become more effective leaders, professionals, and citizens in intercultural and international environments. This season, SIT Graduate Institute is […]

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In his work with the National Peace Council, Bro. Peter meets with at-risk youth groups as well as ethnic groups facing religious or other conflicts.

Peacebuilding Education Leads Alum to Career Success

By Bro. Peter Atta Agboso My first contact with conflict and peace studies was at the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR). Even though it was a good program, I still felt there was something lacking; it just did not seem I achieved the more practical and fulfilling engagement in peace building […]

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