Friday, January 28, 2011

iSchool Inclusion Institute (I3) -- Deadline: March 4, 2011

The iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3) is a bold new project headquartered at the University of Pittsburgh with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. i3 is a series of summer institutes and projects designed to introduce all undergraduates, regardless of class the challenges and opportunities available within the Information Sciences. i3 aims to create the next generation of leaders to ensure that the Information Sciences discipline and professions reflect the face of the population. Our field needs the full spectrum of perspectives and creativity to address society’s needs.

The Application Deadline is March 4, 2011. Applications are reviewed and accepted/declined as they are received; therefore, prospective students should consider submitting their applications as soon as possible.

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Accepted students in the program will be provided travel expenses, housing, meals and  will receive a stipend of $50 per day while in Pittsburgh.

Note:  Community College students can also apply for this opportunity.

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1 comment:

C. Herd said...

PLease share this opportunity with your IT students and those interested in this area as well. Community college students are welcome to apply as well.