Brandon Semel. Capturing animals enables us to take measurements, blood samples, and fix collars on animals for individual recognition and tracking purposes. Utmost care is used to ensure the safety of both animals and handlers.

With the Lemurs in Madagascar

I had an incredible experience with my classmates and teachers, traveling all over the island to study the specific biodiversity challenges of Madagascar and the pressures of natural resource extraction. I was able to conduct my Independent Study Project (ISP) in an incredibly remote part of Madagascar that provided a unique setting, to discover how […]

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Homestay in the Balkans

SIT’s program in the Balkans offers a seven-week homestay in Belgrade. How do SIT staff in the Balkans match students with homestay families? What do homestay families think of the experience of hosting SIT students? What happens when students and host families meet for the first time?

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Not-so-Random Act of Kindness

For first generation college student Eduardo Belalcazar, studying abroad seemed out of reach.

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Africa Mixtape: Ghana Highlife

The Africa Mixtape is an ongoing collection of songs handpicked by SIT Study Abroad students, alumni, faculty, and staff.

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Five Reasons to Study Development and Social Change in Nepal with SIT

SIT’s Development and Social Change program in Nepal gives students an up-close look at the ways in which development is reshaping a traditionally rural society into one that is rapidly becoming globally connected and modern. But there’s even more to the program than you might imagine. Below, we tell you five reasons to study development […]

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