Due to extreme interest from students and faculty alike, the Iceland Project Center was created in 2017. The first year (2018) it hosted three teams of students and one advisor, growing to a full six teams and two advisors in 2019. Students travel to Iceland at the end of the summer, as the tourist season dies down and the days grow shorter, to work on projects in the areas of environmental sustainability, art and culture, and tourism. Summaries of these projects can be found to the left.