Building community. Fostering dialog.

SIT faculty member Karen Blanchard recently led an in-depth dialog circle exploring spirituality and identity, as the latest session in the All SIT Social Justice series—an ongoing SIT community exploration of diversity and social identity issues. Together with students, faculty, and others in attendance, Karen explored questions such as: What…

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A Practicum That Makes A Difference

Meet SIT students Stephanie Pena and Lindsey Miller-Voss When Stephanie Pena and Lindsey Miller-Voss began graduate school at SIT in Washington, DC, five months ago, they didn’t know their MA program would lead them to India. Both came to SIT with international development experience—Stephanie having recently returned from Peace Corps…

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