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SIT WORLDVIEW

April 2019

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A MESSAGE FROM MORY PAGEL

Executive Director of Institutional Relations

Welcome to the first edition of SIT Worldview, a newsletter for you – our partners – highlighting some of the many exciting things happening at SIT. Each month, we’ll feature students’ experiences on SIT programs around the world, their accomplishments after they return home, and the impressive work our faculty and program staff are doing to make SIT "not your ordinary study abroad.” I hope you’ll also click on the links to our blog, podcasts, and videos for even more great news and information. Thanks for your continued partnership, and please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or comments.


NEWS FROM OUR PROGRAMS

 

Hadi El Rabbat in India

‘They are the knowledge keepers’
So says Hadi El Rabbat, who was named the newest Alice Rowan Swanson Fellow. The Stonehill College grad and two-time SIT scholar will return to India to document the disappearing knowledge of an indigenous Tripuri tribe. Read his story here.

Nepal

Meeting Abroad
SIT Study Abroad welcomed faculty and study abroad staff on two site visits last month, introducing them to the SIT model with a focus on our programs in Nepal, and Tunisia and Sicily. Read more about the Nepal visit, and be sure to watch this newsletter for upcoming site visit opportunities in 2019-20.

Ernest Tan; SIT Kenya alum
 

Research in the Spotlight
SIT alumnus Ernest Tan has been awarded Notre Dame’s Rev. Ernest J. Bartell, CSC, Prize for Undergraduate Research on Poverty and Development for his research on land use, conducted during an SIT Study Abroad semester in Kenya. Tan was among more than 10 SIT scholars invited to present their work at the prestigious Notre Dame Conference on Human Development in February. Find out more.
 

 
Argentina: Transnationalism and Comparative Development in South America

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Four in one: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay

Nepal: Development, Gender, and Social Change in the Himalaya

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Focus on development, gender and social change in Nepal
 

Uganda: Global Development Studies

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Homestays, excursions and independent study in Uganda

STUDENT VOICES

 

Jordan: Geopolitics, International Relations, and the Future of the Middle East

“… I cannot stress how grateful I am to have had such a long and detailed conversation with someone so experienced in the realm of political and economic affairs in the region.”

Maggie Dougherty, College of Wooster, after meeting former Jordanian diplomat Dr. Jawad Anani.


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT

Will you be in Boston May 24-27 for the Latin American Studies Association congress, Nuestra América: Justice and Inclusion? It’s a great opportunity to hear SIT academic directors and program staff on two SIT Study Abroad-sponsored panels: “Art and Indigenous Struggles in a Social Agenda in the Southern Cone” and “The Role of the State and the Civil Society in Promoting and Guaranteeing Fundamental Rights.” On May 23, SIT will also be hosting a half-day workshop with academic directors. Please contact university.relations@sit.edu for more information.
 
Start planning! Applications open April 15 for the SIT spring semester.

 

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