June 4, 2019

Today was the first day of the CONTACT Peacebuilding Program at the SIT Graduate Institute.  The campus is in Battleboro, Vermont, in a heavily wooded rural area.  The campus is secluded and provides no distractions so the difficult discussions and learning is not dilu...

October 19, 2018

The children in Istanbul have been enjoying the sketch books I sent over to them.  Translating the inspirational English quotes the students wrote into Arabic, the students in Istanbul are learning that across the globe they are known, have other young people wishing t...

July 31, 2017

This summer I was honored to be selected to be a part of The Lincoln Center's Leadership and Advocacy Group.  A select group of teaching artist leaders from around the world were chosen to attend a summer program and be mentored by Jean Taylor and Eric Booth at the Lin...

July 1, 2017

While studying at CCM, I had the opportunity to learn the viol da gamba, an instrument which few people outside of classical string players know about, and even fewer play.  Viol da gamba was developed in the late 15th century and popular until the 18th century before...

May 17, 2017

Research Instrument

     Education has been slow in response to the changing needs of our increasingly diverse student populations.  One such population is that of immigrant children.  With the estimated 15.1 million refugees worldwide, issues of acculturation have clos...

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Today was the first day of the CONTACT Peacebuilding Program at the SIT Graduate Institute.  The campus is in Battleboro, Vermont, in a heavily wooded...

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