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.
I focused on maternal health during my semester abroad with IHP, and much of my current path is built on what I started learning then.
SIT Study Abroad congratulates Divya Bhatia, the newest recipient of the Alice Rowan Swanson Fellowship, which returns alumni of our programs to their host countries to conduct human rights projects.
I have come to the understanding that there is a significant difference between going somewhere to visit and going somewhere to live.
On Sunday, October 5, SIT Study Abroad university relations manager Mory Pagel spoke at the first American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) conference, hosted by University of North Carolina’s (UNC’s) Gillings School of Global Public Health.
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