The applications for 2022 Boren Scholarships and Fellowships, including the Regional Flagship Language Initiatives, are now OPEN.
Please check the Boren Awards website for information on 2022 awards and application criteria.
Deadline to apply for Boren Fellowship is: January 26, 2022 at 5:00 pm EST
Deadline to apply to Boren Scholarship is: February 2, 2022 at 5:00 pm EST
UW-Madison summer dates: June 20, 2022 – August 12, 2022
The South Asian Flagship Languages Initiative (SAFLI) is a special initiative of the Boren Awards for International Study offering awardees the opportunity for intensive language study of Hindi and Urdu and for cultural immersion by participating in domestic and overseas language programs. Participants in SAFLI may start with no language proficiency through advanced proficiency in Hindi and/or Urdu. The SAFLI program is administered through the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Please read the information below and follow the links on the right for further information. Contact the SAFLI office in Madison with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAFLI students participate in a full-time domestic summer program offered at UW-Madison through SASLI. Students will then travel abroad to Jaipur (Hindi) and Lucknow (Urdu) for a full-time 2022 fall semester of language and culture study. Requests for additional study through the 2023 spring semester can be made to Boren during the application process. All participants must complete both the summer domestic and fall abroad programs.
In addition to full-time language courses, students will have language partners, language conversation tables (summer), homestays (fall), and cultural excursions to help ensure that language goals are being met. Details on these additional benefits will be provided at the start of each program in summer and fall.
Interested? Here’s how to apply!
Please review the Wisconsin Intensive Summer Language Institutes (WISLI) website for more detailed information, tips, and resources for last year’s Summer 2020 program regarding remote instruction at UW-Madison.