Project Increasing Diversity of Librarians (IDOL) is accepting applications for Fall 2014 from February 1 – June 1. Project IDOL Fellows will receive full tuition for their MLIS degree, to be completed within 2 years, as well as the advisory support of individual mentors, and additional funds for books, conference travel and a personal computer.
Each year, Knowledge River selects a cohort of Tucson-based students to be Knowledge River Scholars. Knowledge River Scholars receive opportunities for academic support, specialized advising, cohort support, participation in a Tucson-based learning community, mentorship, access to the 144+ Knowledge River alumni, and professional development activities, as well as regular SIRLS services and activities.
The iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3) is an undergraduate research and leadership development program that prepares students from underrepresented populations for graduate study and careers in the information sciences. Each year 20 undergraduate students from across the country are selected to become i3 Scholars. Those students undertake a year-long experience that includes two summer institutes held at the University of Pittsburgh and a year-long team research project.