Fellowships & Internships

E.E. Just Undergraduate Fellowship Program

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 role models within the E.E. Just and Dartmouth Community through their active participation in the full slate of E.E. Just activities.

E.E. Just Summer Research Internship

The E.E. Just Summer Research Internship Program offers Dartmouth students the opportunity to conduct full-time research with Dartmouth faculty during the summer preceding their sophomore year. This hands-on experience is intended to increase the intern's interest in majoring in a STEM discipline and plant the seed of possibly pursuing research further. Interns will present their findings at a Jam Session during their sophomore year. As the program evolves, we intend to add professional and academic development modules to this program.

E.E. Just Internship at the Marine Biological Laboratory

The E.E. Just summer Internship at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) provides funding for Dartmouth undergraduates to participate in "Biological Discovery in Woods Hole" (BDWH), a summer REU Program directed by the world-renowned Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to conduct research with world leaders in molecular and cell biology, neurobiology and behavior, physiology, developmental biology, and evolutionary biology. This is a great opportunity for the budding scientist curious about the life sciences.