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Current students meet ’08 alumni at Iceland reunion

Rosemary Ostfeld, who went on SIT’s summer program in Iceland in 2008, was decisive when she reached out to her fellow alumni earlier this year: “I’m going back to Iceland this June. Who’s with me?” Five classmates and two of their partners jumped at the idea. All were happy to…

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Earthscope scientist leads SIT Nepal program

Beth Pratt-Sitaula, academic director for SIT Study Abroad’s Nepal: Geoscience in the Himalaya program, is a busy scientist. During the academic year, she directs the Cascadia EarthScope Earthquake and Tsunami Education Program. Recently, Beth also became a participant in two newly funded National Science Foundation grants and is assessment coordinator…

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Making Discoveries

SIT students spot new species in Ecuador’s cloud forest Read a St. Michael’s College story about Mindee Goodrum A lot of people study abroad. Very few turn up a new species while they’re at it. Study with SIT in Ecuador, however, and the odds go up: Three students in the…

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