Applications should be submitted by 5pm of the deadline.
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The Stone Center, established in 1988 to support the critical examination of all dimensions of African and African-American and diaspora cultures, created this program in support of the University’s effort to globalize the campus and internationalize the curriculum.
The Undergraduate International Studies Fellowship (UISF) supports international study for two undergraduates of color or other students who, because of socioeconomic or other reasons, maybe underrepresented in study abroad programs. UISF recipients are awarded up to $1,500 toward academic research or study in an international setting. Although the fellowship seeks to encourage research in African or African Diaspora countries, there are no restrictions on intended country of study.
Sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are enrolled full-time, in good academic standing, and plan to travel abroad in the summer or fall of 2020 are eligible to apply.