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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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New student initiative creates SIT-branded coffee!

I’m excited to share with you and our World Learning family a new initiative created by two entrepreneurial students at SIT Graduate Institute called Advance Humanity. Through this initiative, we have created a partnership with Dean’s Beans, a coffee distributor based here in New England, to create products that we know you will enjoy and […]

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SIT Students Invest in Food Security through Food Interest Group

by Emma Buck, PIM ’73 On an overcast October day, a group of students, faculty, staff, and community members gathered over apple cider doughnuts at Green Mountain Orchard in Putney for a talk with Richard Berkfield — SIT alum (PIM 67), founder of Windham Farm and Food, and executive director of Brattleboro-based organization Food Connects. […]

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Passion into Practice: Advancing Social Justice, Multiculturalism, and Sustainability

By Vincent M. Mugisha A graduate of SIT’s MA in Sustainable Development program, Vincent Mugisha (PIM 61) is currently pursuing a PhD in educational leadership and policy studies at the University of Vermont. Vincent’s research on culturally responsive instructional leadership was recently published in the International Journal of Multicultural Education. In the interview below, Vincent […]

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