About the Fellowship
Dartmouth postgraduate project grants support graduating seniors and alums (within 5 years) who plan to undertake significant research projects within the next academic year. These fellowships cannot be used for postgraduate study or dissertation work. Eligibility depends on the length of the project, its location (US or overseas), and the type of research:
- Long-term (9-12 month) projects based overseas: eligible for the Reynolds and/or the Brooks, depending on the topic. Applicants for the Brooks must be planning to pursue a career in architecture, urban planning, land conservation, historic preservation, architectural and urban history, and/or art history (but this fellowship is not intended to support work towards an academic degree).
- Shorter-term (1-9 months) projects based in the US or overseas: eligible for the Dartmouth General Fellowship.
All applicants submit the same application, including a proposal and budget for the intended project.