SYA’s first Alvarez Global Scholars make the best of an unprecedented year.
Maya Angela Smith ES’99 finds freedom and fearlessness in language studies.
Natalia Bulgari ES’86 provides “rocket fund” commitment to support faculty.
Through his work at the top social policy department in the world, China expert Timothy Hildebrandt CN’95 is preparing the next generation of problem-solvers.
The United Nations proves to be the perfect setting for SYA’s historic comprehensive capital campaign kickoff.
An alumnus of SYA’s first class, Stephen Foster ES’65 sets the bar high for meaningful philanthropy and volunteerism.
Dr. Aric Visser, former head of schools and programs, provides an inside look at SYA’s curriculum redesign.
Wikitongues Co-founder Daniel Bögre Udell ES’08 wields the power of the internet to help—not harm—language diversity.
While protecting free speech, Professor Susan Benesch FR’81 is working tirelessly to dismantle dangerous speech around the globe.
Early campaign gifts make possible SYA’s first-ever Conference on Teaching and Learning Abroad.
A 39-year donor to the SYA Fund, Rick Goddard FR’69 creates opportunity for students to discover a larger world.
The world’s best online Chinese dictionary began as a hack by Michael Love CN’00.
A year at SYA gave Merritt Moore IT’05 the confidence to pursue a life in dance and physics.
Lili Sundberg ES’19 becomes a citizen of Zaragoza, thanks to the class of SYA Spain 1981 and the SYA Fund.