2012 UIFI Fellowship Recipients Announced

Author: Stephanie Miller
Published: May 01, 2012
Each year the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI) is hosted by the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). UIFI offers individuals the opportunity to participate in an intensive, interactive and energizing leadership experience. To enable qualified brothers to take advantage of this life-changing opportunity, the Foundation annually awards UIFI Fellowships yearly, which cover registration and travel costs for the program. As the week progresses, participants are challenged to develop a personal plan of action to lead their organizations in committing to changes for the better. Attendees also network and build friendships with numerous other fraternity and sorority members, as well as Greek community leaders. The Phi Kappa Psi Foundation is proud to announce the 2012 UIFI Fellowship recipients:

Kevin Carton, USP ’11
Tyler Colesar, Oregon State ’10
Michael Hedayat, Rowan ’11
James Hopson, DePaul ’10
Aiyah Josiah-Faeduwor, Brown ’10
Sergey Kolyabin, Maryland ’11
Jeff Scott, Oklahoma ’10
Paul Troupe, Iowa State ’11
Matthew Ward, Minn. State – Mankato ’10
Dile Wilson, IUPUI ‘ 11

The Phi Kappa Psi Foundation proudly offers fellowships for undergraduates to attend the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI) in order to inspire and educate the current generation of fraternity and sorority leaders to become dedicated, courageous and principled builders of the future, undergraduates are able to explore, define and enhance their leadership skills in this five-day, hands-on summer workshop. Visit the Foundation's website to learn about all of our scholarship and fellowship opportunities.


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