To me, life cannot exist without connection. In order to understand who I am I must first understand who and what I am connected to.
My name is Zoe Zakin and I participated in SIT’s development program in Argentina in fall 2014. I’d like to share my experience with SIT, doing original research, and how I was lucky enough to continue this research when I returned to school.
Emma Hallowell (Cornell University), spring 2015 alumna of SIT’s Ecuador: Comparative Ecology and Conservation program, met Dr. Jane Goodall at one of her lectures in Ontario, Canada.
On May 4th, 2015, after over 8 hours in rickety buses and unmarked vans, I arrived in the small and remote town of Dayutang rather abruptly.
SIT Study Abroad congratulates Abigail Outterson, the newest recipient of the Alice Rowan Swanson Fellowship, which returns alumni of SIT’s undergraduate study abroad programs to their host countries to conduct human rights projects.
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- Finding Connection in South Africa
- Announcing the winners of SIT’s 2016 photo contest!
- Conducting research abroad—with SIT and beyond
- Exploring National Identity and the Arts on a New Excursion to Myanmar
- Grant Expands Journalism Opportunities
- Ecuador Alumna Meets Jane Goodall
- Inside the Living Waterfall: Research in the Yuanyang Terraces
- Panama Alumna Awarded Alice Rowan Swanson Fellowship
- Research, Passion, and Purpose
- Comparing Development in Four South American Countries