Cochabamba, Bolivia, buzzed with the colorful, mesmerizing Day of the Dead traditions.
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.
Instead of returning home after the fall semester, I interned at Health by Motorbike, a Kenyan-run NGO started by Araceli Alonso, a professor at UW–Madison.
SIT’s Vietnam: Culture, Social Change, and Development program immerses students in the culture of Vietnam while they learn about the country’s current economic development and historical context. How does this work?
In late August, Dr. Nat Quansah and his wife, Dr. Patricia Randrianavony, received the Chevalier de l’Ordre National from the government of Madagascar.