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Solar panels to be installed on SIT campus

The School for International Training has received a $100,000 grant from Windham Regional Commission to install a campus-based solar energy system that will also pioneer new research, strengthen community ties, and enhance curriculum at SIT Graduate Institute.

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Visitors get a taste of SIT's diversity

Open House visitors attend international tea expo.

David Boutte

A Good Read

This year, SIT Graduate Institute students David Boutte and Charlotte Herz  paired up with Brattleboro’s Winston-Prouty Early Learning Center for work study. They’ve done so as part of the federal America Reads program, which has, for 20 years, put work-study students in schools, childcare centers, museums, and other organizations to support the development of local kids.

Lewy Global Education Technology Forum

The School for International Training hosted the Lewy Global Education Technology Forum on the Vermont campus April 25-26. More than 200 people participated in the event, which explored how schools and other educational programs can use technology to improve inclusion, collaboration, administration, and learning.

Debois Jennings
A pilot study abroad re-entry program for underserved students

We talk with International Education MA candidate DuBois Jennings about his groundbreaking practicum.

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SIT responds to executive order

Dr. Sophia Howlett, president of the School for International Training, today issued the following statement about the “Protection of the Nation” executive order:

 

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Sophia Howlett named President of School for International Training

School for International Training, which includes SIT Graduate Institute and SIT Study Abroad, announces the appointment of international educator Dr. Sophia Howlett as President.

 

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SIT stands up for diversity

SIT President Donald Steinberg is among 29 Vermont higher education, business, and political leaders who have signed a statement reiterating Vermont’s values of diversity, equity and inclusiveness.

 

Experiential Approaches to Peacebuilding Webinar

SIT Graduate Institute is please to share the recording of our Nov. 15 webinar, Experiential Approaches to Peacebuilding, which drew participants from around the world.

 

Debra Fowler

LGBTQ history 'Unerased'

Alumna Debra Fowler seeks to “reimagine equality in the classroom”

 

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Experiential Approaches to Peacebuilding

Join three SIT Graduate Institute faculty experts for a webinar, Experiential Approaches to Peacebuilding, on Tuesday, Nov. 15. Registration is free.

Sara-Jeckovich

 

Building Community Connections

Two current students at SIT’s Brattleboro campus have been chosen as community outreach coordinators for the 2016–2017 academic year as part of a community engagement program developed through the Susan Donna Lessenco Fund.

Diane Larsen-Freeman

Dr. Diane Larsen-Freeman will be back on campus in Vermont this summer

Internationally known language acquisition expert Dr. Diane Larsen-Freeman will be back on campus in Vermont this summer to teach the course Second Language Acquisition for SIT Graduate Institute’s MA TESOL Low-Residency Program.

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"Doing Development Differently" ... For Decades

SIT remains in the vanguard of development education.

Article by SIT sustainable development faculty Jeff Unsicker, PhD.