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Flags in SIT's International Center

SIT Celebrates 50 Years

2014 marks the 50th anniversary of SIT Graduate Institute, founded as the School for International Training in 1964 by The Experiment in International Living’s first president, Gordon Boyce, and executive vice president, John Wallace. A celebration for alumni, students, staff, and faculty will take place in August 2014 at SIT’s Brattleboro, Vermont, campus, with smaller […]

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BACK TO SCHOOL—In Vermont and Around the World

This fall, 115 students commenced their graduate education in Vermont with SIT; another 43 began an MA with SIT in Washington, DC. Our incoming students come from across the globe, speak a multitude of languages, and are pursuing degrees in TESOL, sustainable development, international education, post-conflict transformation, and service, leadership, and management. This semester, more […]

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Earl Stevick with founders of SIT's MAT TESOL Program

Reminiscences of Earl Stevick

Earl Stevick, an educator with a long history with SIT, recently passed away. Below, his colleague Alvino Fantini reminisces about Earl’s life and work. By Alvino E. Fantini, Professor Emeritus, SIT Graduate Institute Professional, sensitive, creative, imaginative, a maverick, a great educator, and a wonderful human being — these are thoughts that come to mind […]

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Application Deadline Extended

SIT Graduate Institute would like to announce that it will be extending its application deadline for all summer and fall 2013 programs. This deadline extension applies to all Master of Arts degree programs, including our full-time and low-residency programs, as well as the CONTACT Summer Peacebuilding Program. For detailed information on our master’s degree programs, […]

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SIT Students Give Final Training Presentations

By Heather Beard & Ian Hefele Last month, students in SIT’s Training Design for Experiential Learning course gave final training presentations on leadership styles, international student mentoring, and youth training methods. The exercises conducted during the presentations afforded students a chance to practice the theory they had learned throughout the semester. The Training Design for […]

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