Before leaving the US for the first time in my life to study a language I loved but had only been studying for a year, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I was hoping for an experience that would impact my life and future.
I chose to go on SIT Panama because I didn’t want a typical study abroad experience. I wanted to challenge myself both academically and personally.
“São Paulo Be Like….” IHP-comparative program students create a video letter home about their experience.
Students on the IHP Cities in the 21st Century program reflect on their time in São Paulo, Brazil, the second of the four sites they’ll study in over the course of the program. During their four weeks in São Paulo between February and March, they explored issues such as water rights, housing disparities, transportation, as […]
My connection to the Pacific came long before I was born.
In Jordan, one of the world’s driest countries, students will explore water challenges as they relate to global climate change and increased water needs as Jordan supports a growing population, including Syrian refugees.