1. Fifty women entrepreneurs from around the world explored the changing business landscape of neighborhoods in and around Washington, DC, as part of a recent exchange program to the U.S.
  2. This summer's Experimenters to Argentina explored the mountains on horseback, hiked and camped in the countryside, and participated in community service projects.
  3. The Experiment in Argentina: Community Service & the Great Outdoors
  4. Arta Uka is using her Advancing Leaders Fellowship to launch a campaign to raise awareness of stomas, surgically created openings in the abdomen for the removal of bodily waste, and build support for people in Kosovo living with them.
  5. SIT Graduate Institute student Chris Bailey is helping his home state of Louisiana recover from natural disasters by working with a local relief agency for his practicum.
  6. During their journey through Thailand this year, Experimenters visited an elephant rescue center, experienced life in rural villages, and taught English to local students.
  7. The Experiment in Thailand: Buddhist Traditions & Thai Culture
  8. Dr. Hein Paing Htoo Chit is helping bolster the confidence and economic opportunities of young people in Myanmar through job skills and entrepreneurship training.
  9. Studying at SIT Graduate Institute inspired alumna Kelly Wisecarver to pursue an unexpected career path close to home.
  10. Participants on the first Arabic-language Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP)are at the forefront of new initiatives that support refugees and internally displaced persons in their country.
  11. Johanny Amaya is using her Advancing Leaders Fellowship to teach vulnerable Honduran youth English and entrepreneurial skills to improve their economic opportunities and quality of life.
  12. SIT Graduate Institute's Global Scholars spoke with Robin Young of Here & Now about the issues they have faced as refugees and the extraordinary ways they have met those challenges.
  13. Over the past decade, World Learning has brought more than 2,000 outstanding undergraduates from around the world to study in the U.S. through the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD).
  14. A new documentary produced by Leaders Advancing Democracy (LEAD) Mongolia fellows sheds light on inequality in the country's job market.
  15. The Egypt STEM Schools Project (ESSP) is helping students build the skills and confidence they need to develop innovative solutions to the country's grand challenges.
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