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Bringing the world to Atlanta, USA

By Stephanie Genkin When Alexis Dalmat Cohen was accepted to the International Honors Program she thought it would help her launch a career working overseas for the State Department or USAID. Instead, it convinced her to use what she learned in the U.S. Today she is the President and Executive Director of Culture Connect, a […]

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“If it concerns the sea, I am drawn to it” — Alum Reflects on Time in Samoa

I could be described as having a bit of saltwater flowing through my veins, perhaps with a little fresh lake water as well.

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SIT Congratulates Wesleyan University and Johns Hopkins University Students for Excellence in Undergraduate Research

SIT Study Abroad recently announced the winners of its second annual Undergraduate Research Award.

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SIT Alumna Helps Malagasy Entrepreneurs Develop Websites

Several months after completing her Independent Study Project (ISP) in Madagascar, Nora Studholme realized she might be able to use her coding skills to help Malagasy entrepreneurs compete with foreign-owned tourist businesses on the tourist-heavy island of Nosy Be.

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Return to the Balkans: Catching up with Three SIT Balkans Alumni

SIT Study Abroad sits down with three alumni of the Serbia, Bosnia, and Kosovo: Peace and Conflict Studies in the Balkans program, who discuss their multifaceted study abroad experiences, their Independent Study Project (ISP) research, and how their time in the Balkans ultimately inspired them all to return to the region for work and study.

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