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Johane Simelane '13 talks about his experience with funded research in the SEE-Beyond program at Skidmore College. Johane studied as a health educator & community researcher in the Hhohho region of Swaziland, on a project focusing on male circumcision for HIV prevention.

Past SEE-Beyond Projects


Sara Low '13 (far left) used her SEE-Beyond grant to expand her grasp of archaeological techniques at the Taos Collaborative Archaeology Program in New Mexico.Jane Dowd '14 with her segundo basico class, 'Education Internship with Safe Passage, Guatamala'Amanda Nelson '13 had an internship with a casting agency in New York City'Images of India' during Project WhyJohane Simelane, Health Educator & Community Researcher; Male circumcision for HIV prevention in the Hhohho region of SwazilandJohane Simelane, Health Educator & Community Researcher; Male circumcision for HIV prevention in the Hhohho region of Swaziland'Images of India' during Project WhySara Low '13, second from right, used her SEE-Beyond grant to expand her grasp of archaeological techniques at the Taos Collaborative Archaeology Program in New Mexico.
Summer Educational Experiences - Beyond the Campus:
SEE-Beyond Awards invite students to explore new techniques, technologies, or modes of inquiry or expression; to apply their academic-year learning to real-world challenges; and to clarify the interrelationship between their educational and post-baccalaureate goals. Awards may be used to support field or laboratory research, internships, artistic residencies, workshops, apprenticeships, or productions. [Read more.]
 
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“By expanding funded opportunities beyond internships to include support for collaborative research, artistic apprenticeships and workshops, and other forms of engagement, SEE-Beyond attracts applicants from all academic areas. The $4,000 stipend, too, encourages them to think big…to craft an experience uniquely tailored to their educational goals.” 

     – Corey Freeman-Gallant, Associate Dean of the Faculty for Academic Policy and Advising, Professor of Biology

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