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Alvino and Beatriz Fantini

The Fantinis Celebrate 50 Years with a New SIT Scholarship

In 1954, Alvino Fantini received a scholarship to attend The Experiment in International Living in Mexico. “I was transformed totally,” he said. “All I wanted to do was come back.” Fantini did come back to The Experiment in 1963 to lead Experiment groups of his own. By that time, he had met his future wife, […]

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Commencement 2014

On May 31, 2014, SIT Graduate Institute hosted its annual commencement ceremony at the campus in Vermont. On the front lawn overlooking the Connecticut River Valley, 64 SIT students participated in the graduation ceremony, together with faculty, staff, and visitors. This commencement was also particularly special in that it celebrated SIT’s 50th anniversary as an […]

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[Video] Window on Oaxaca

In January of each year, SIT Graduate Institute offers optional field courses in different locations around the world. These intensive field courses provide students with experiential learning opportunities in the US and abroad through interaction with practitioners in the field, organization and project site visits, and professional networking. This year, in addition to courses in […]

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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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