The E.E. Just Undergraduate Fellowship is a two-year fellowship—held during the junior and senior years—designed to increase the number of underrepresented minorities at Dartmouth who choose to enter a doctoral program in a STEM field after graduation. Recipients will receive funding to pursue full-time research during “off terms” and, during “on terms,” recipients will receive a stipend to support their full participation in E.E. Just Programming and part-time research. Additionally, Undergraduate Fellows receive a professional development fund, mentorship from an E.E. Just Faculty Advisor, participate in professional development workshops designed to prepare them to thrive in graduate school, and serve as a role models within the E.E. Just and Dartmouth Community through their active participation in the full slate of E.E. Just activities.