Up to $1000 for seniors to present their research at a national or international academic conference:
- The research must have been conducted in collaboration with or under the supervision of a Dartmouth faculty member (college or professional school faculty)
- The presentation can be a talk, poster, or other format, and the student can be an individual author or one of multiple authors on the project
- The presentation must be at a national academic conference (e.g. Society for Neuroscience, the American Geophysical Union, American Astronomical Society)
- Presentations at an undergraduate research conference held by another college/university are not eligible for these grants (but see Undergraduate Conference Grants below)
- Only seniors are eligible, and this includes the summer before senior year
- In some cases, grants may be awarded to students presenting research after graduation. The student must provide a compelling justification for the request, and the conference cannot take place more than 3 months after graduation. The student must apply for the funding at least 2 weeks before they graduate and the research must have been conducted primarily prior to graduation.
Link to application system