FSIT Programs are typically short-term for credit programs offered by UI Faculty. Students receive UI credit for these programs.
FSIT Grants Available for 2014:
The university president has generously provided $10,000 for a second year to go toward FSIT program creation. Submit a proposal for your own program!
Deadline: November 1, 2013
2013 FSIT Grant Results
- Prayer Flags and Sacred Cows: Tibetan Culture and Education in India, Assistant Professor Matt Wappett (Curriculum and Instruction) & Program Coordinator Jennifer Schon (McCall Outdoor Science School), India, $2,250 (Transfer of 2012 award)
- Community Health and Development in Nicaragua, Assistant Clinical Professor Helen Brown (Movement Sciences), Nicaragua, $2,900
- Senior Housing Affordability in Norway, Assistant Professor Nancy Deringer (Family and Consumer Sciences), Norway, $1,800
- Creating the Conditions for Human Security: The Intersection between Human Rights Law and Environmental Protection Law in Costa Rica, Associate Professor Anastasia Telesetsky (Law), Costa Rica, $2,700