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2015 SEE-Beyond Projects

A SEE-Beyond award can be used to support a wide range of experiences that put classroom learning into practice, or deepen a student's knowledge or understanding of the discipline. Internships, field research, artistic residencies, laboratory research, apprenticeships, productions... the list is as lengthy as it is varied. Below are the 2015 funded projects. 

Program of Study


American Studies Programming Intern, Brooklyn Superhero Company, Brooklyn, NY
Anthropology Archaeology Field School, Sanisera Archaeology Institute, Spain
Art (Studio) Sculpting & Bronze Casting a Life-size Figure
Arts Administration Lincoln Center Festival Intern, NY, NY
Classics Teaching Rome: Student Teacher for Reading/Writing Rome
Dance International Education Internship, Dance-Therapy Focus, Mente Argentina, Buenos Aires
Economics Assistant to Chief Planning Officer, Gross National Happiness Commission, Thimphu, Bhutan
Education Studies Education: The Fight Against Corruption n the Maldives, Internship with Transparency Maldives
English English Teacher & Mentor, Summerbridge, Hong Kong 
Environmental Studies Big Tree Ecology in Kruger National Park, Research Internship, South Africa
Exercise Science Clinical Intern, Ethio-Tebib Maternal and Child Health Hospital, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Foreign Language-German Balkan's Media Project, Social Media Marketing Intern, Vienna, Austria
History Interpretation & Museum Education Internship, Hillwood Estate Museum & Gardens, Washington D.C.
International Affairs
Research Intern, Bangladesh Institute of Peace & Security Studies, Baridhara, Dhaka
Intergroup Relations Innocence Project, Policy Intern, NY, NY
Latin American Studies Researcher, Political Economy & Public Policies of Latin America, Permanent Mission of El Salvador to Brussels, Belgium
Mathematics Volunteer Math Teacher, Ethio-Parents' Schoo, Addis Ababa, Ethiopa
Neuroscience Project Healthcare, Bellevue Hospital ER, Summer Intensive, NY, NY
Psychology Research Assistant, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Georgia
Health Educator & research assistant, School Health Program, Semathang, Nepal