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Diversity

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.

 

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.

Learning a language through CONTACT

As a resident of Sudan, Dr. Nawal K.N. Alamin has been close to conflict. In Khartoum, Alamin teaches soil science and watershed management at Sudan University for Science and Technology. 

Rwanda

SIT Students Participate in Weeklong Field Course in Rwanda

In January, 15 SIT students participated in a weeklong field course on conflict transformation in Rwanda. The course gave these students the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the peacebuilding and reconciliation process in Rwanda following the 1994 genocide.

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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.