Global Learning Student Fellowship
The Office of Global Learning Initiatives (OGLI) invites you to apply for an FIU Global Learning Fellowship. This fellowship is designed to provide undergraduate students with the resources needed to conduct research and innovative projects that increase students’ global awareness, global perspective, and global engagement. In addition to financial support, the OGLI will provide mentoring opportunities throughout the duration of the student’s project. The fellowship consists of two different tracks: Research Track and Engagement/Action Track. Students can only apply to one of the fellowship tracks.
- Research Track: Student designs and conducts a research project with the guidance of a faculty mentor. OGLI can assist in identifying a faculty mentor if student does not have one at the time of application.
- Engagement/Action Track: Student devises and implements an innovative global learning project. OGLI can assist in identifying an advisor if student does not have one at the time of application.
Undergraduate students currently in good standing with the University. Students must be enrolled throughout the duration of the project.
Applications should describe a well-defined project to be carried out during the 2020-2021 academic year (project begins Fall 2020). The concept of global learning, which we define as the process of diverse people collaboratively analyzing and addressing complex problems that transcend borders, should be at the core of the project. The application must outline how students’ global awareness, global perspectives, and global engagement will be infused throughout the project.
$2000 fellowship stipend; up to four projects will be awarded.
- Proposal Form (Please choose the appropriate form for your project – either Research or Engagement/Action.)
- Reference Letter
A high-quality application clearly articulates why the project is important to the field and how it contributes to the literature. It demonstrates students’ innovative approach to global problem solving.
Apply below by Friday, January 31st, 2020. A committee will evaluate proposals and awards will be announced by April 1, 2020.
Questions regarding the application process should be sent to: Yenisleidy Simon Mengana, Program Manager, Office of Global Learning Initiatives, firstname.lastname@example.org.