The Capstone Paper is written by students in the SIT Graduate Institute Master of Arts degree programs. Capstones reassess theoretical knowledge in light of professional experience in the form of a final research paper, incorporating both classroom knowledge and practicum based experience.
The full-text of papers written prior to July 2011 in the Capstone Collection are limited to SIT and other World Learning faculty, staff, students, and alumni. If you are not affiliated with SIT or World Learning and want access to these papers contact your local library and ask about requesting the hard copy on interlibrary loan. Full-text papers written after July 2011 are openly accessible to the public.
Due to copyright restrictions some papers are not available full-text electronically. World Learning affiliated students and staff can check these papers out of the library or, if you are off-campus, request them via interlibrary loan
Submissions from 1995
Submissions from 1994
Organizational Diversity, Valerie Rose Carter
An Intercultural Guide to Hispanic Culture, Juliann Cerrito
A Layperson's Guide to Ethnic Textiles, Beth S. Davis
A Guidebook for SIT Students on Environmental Work in Northeast Brazil, Dennis J. Diligent
Community Sourcing: From Beginning to Success, Pamela R. Faura
U.S. Citizens in the North of Spain: An Intercultural Training, Maria Luisa Garcia del Soto
Anchorage Native Peoples--Organizational Effect on Cultural Survival, Patricia A. Haggerty