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May 21, 2019

2019 SIT commencement speaker Meghan Audette is an alumna of SIT Graduate Institute and deputy director for programs at the West Bank Field Office of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA). Audette completed her MA in sustainable development at SIT in 2004, and holds a BA in world...


May 8, 2019

Professor Elka Todeva discusses and illustrates the new concentration in SIT's MA in TESOL program. A native of Bulgaria, Elka has published works that include The Multiple Realities of Multilingualism: Personal Narratives and Researchers’ Perspectives, three ESL textbooks, two English dictionaries, and numerous...


Apr 5, 2019

Meet Sonny Singh, SIT's Social Justice Education Specialist. In addition to this exciting new role, Sonny will continue as the NYC launch coordinator for Study Abroad program IHP: Cities in the 21st Century. He received his master’s degree in social justice education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst,...


Mar 14, 2019

Scott Couper, now pastor of Centre Congregational Church in Brattleboro, studied with two SIT programs in Africa and later became academic coordinator of SIT South Africa. When he studied in Zimbabwe, his Independent Study Project took him to remote Gwanda in search of "intensity" of experience. He found it.


Jan 14, 2019

Every summer, peacemakers converge from all over the world to participate in SIT's CONTACT (Conflict Transformation Across Cultures) certificate program. In this episode, we speak to several participants as well as Professor Bruce Dayton, head of CONTACT and the Peace and Justice Leadership MA program.