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SIT professor promotes reconciliation in East Asia

SIT Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution Professor Tatsushi Arai spoke Aug. 8 at a public forum in Tokyo on China-Japan relations. The event was organized by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, a Japanese thought leader in the field. Professor Arai’s address, “On the applied practice of conflict transformation and historical reconciliation in Sino-Japan relations,” examined the sources of the two countries’ territorial dispute in the East China Sea and offered policy proposals including the need to revive negotiations in earnest for joint natural resource development in the disputed area.

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.

Elizabeth Tannenbaum

Inspiring Teachers Worldwide

karen blanchard

Building community. Fostering dialog.

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SIT Faculty Delivers Two Major Addresses on Reconciliation Challenges in the Asia Pacific

Diverse approaches to conflict reconciliation

SIT faculty Tatsushi Arai delivers two addresses at Waseda University in Japan

Tatsushi Arai and Dr. Kevin Auruch

SIT Faculty Receives Award on Conflict Resolution

Academic, trainer, mediator, dialogue facilitator

Faculty Tatsushi Arai is recognized by George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution as an outstanding scholar-practitioner.

Jeff Unsicker teaching class

"Doing Development Differently" ... For Decades

SIT remains in the vanguard of development education.

Article by SIT sustainable development faculty Jeff Unsicker, PhD.