My time in Geneva sparked a thirst for living abroad, a passion for embodying a culture that is not my own.
From birds chirping at 11 pm and rivers of snowmelt, to trying local foods and learning new words in Icelandic, Bella details her summer in Iceland with SIT Study Abroad.
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.
All photos © Sneha Shrestha. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org. By Stephanie Genkin In her early teens Sneha Shrestha would paint on her bedroom walls of the family home in Kathmandu. “I’d make peace signs,” said Shrestha, the 27-year-old artist who has since become the Founder of Nepal Children’s Art Museum. “I enjoyed painting and drawing for as […]
Congratulations to Round Earth Media, an SIT Study Abroad partner, for winning a 2014 George Foster Peabody Award, radio’s highest honor.
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