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(From left to right) Gregg T. Nunziata, General Counsel, Office of Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), with International Education low-residency students Ashley Sansotta and Maria Lourdes (Malou) Amparo.

Working for Change: Immigration Policy Advocacy in Washington, DC

By Sora H. Friedman, PhD, Professor and Chair, International Education At the end of March, I had the pleasure of spending one week in Washington, DC, with 18 graduate students from SIT for an intensive field course. The program, structured around the field course “International Policy & Citizen Advocacy,” focused on how individuals can advocate […]

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Sora Friedman, PhD

Your Future in International Education: Goals, Skills, and Graduate Study

(Note: The following essay was originally written for NAFSA’s Career Center blog in anticipation of Sora’s talk on May 28 at the upcoming NAFSA Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Sora also will be co-presenting a related session titled “Educational Degrees and the International Education Job Market: Certificate, Master’s, or Doctorate?” on May 27 at 2:45 […]

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Professor David Shallenberger (center) with Marcelo Camilo (second from right) and other staff members of the Federal Institute working with international programs.

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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Low residency students at SIT

Summer at SIT’s Vermont campus

After SIT’s graduate students leave campus at the end of the spring, the campus remains anything but calm. Each summer, SIT’s campus in Brattleboro, Vermont, hosts a wide variety of activities — from SIT seminars and workshops to World Learning–sponsored events and exchanges. Summer in Brattleboro is a busy and exciting time. Here are some […]

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Keynote speaker Dottie Morris. Photo by Jeff Woodward.

SIT Commencement 2013

Congratulations to SIT Graduate Institute’s class of 2013. Our newest cohort of graduates was recognized at a commencement ceremony on Saturday, June 1 on SIT’s Brattleboro, VT campus. President and CEO Adam Weinberg, Vermont Campus Dean Daniel Cantor Yalowitz, Professor Susan Barduhn and Associate Professor Karen Blanchard presented the graduates with their diplomas at the […]

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