E.E. Just Program
Seeks to increase the number of underrepresented minorities at Dartmouth who choose to pursue degrees and careers in STEM disciplines. The program currently offers two types of funding:
- Summer Research Internships: for full-time STEM research at Dartmouth or elsewhere in the summer after their first year at Dartmouth
- Undergraduate Fellowships: students apply in the winter of sophomore year and are awarded stipends during junior and senior years to engage in research with Dartmouth faculty mentors.
Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowships (MMUF)
Encourages accepted fellows in select underrepresented disciplines to enter PhD programs that prepare students for professorial careers. Students apply in the winter of sophomore year and participate in the program as juniors and seniors. Funding is provided for Fellows to engage in research with Dartmouth faculty.
Funding for juniors and seniors who are engaged in part-time research that involves computational techniques in any academic discipline (this includes any research involving data analysis). Students must be working on the research with a Dartmouth faculty mentor.
Stamps Leadership Scholars
Funding for student-designed experiential learning (entrepreneurial idea, research project on or off campus, leadership training, internship, service learning, or other)
Student Experiential Learning Fund
Funding for internships, job shadowing, non-Dartmouth research opportunities, service experiences, conference travel and presentations, professional and leadership training