E.E. Just Program

Program mission

Named after Ernest Everett Just, a Dartmouth Valedictorian (1907) and pioneering African-American cell biologist, the E.E. Just Program seeks to increase the number of underrepresented minorities at Dartmouth who choose to pursue degrees and careers in STEM disciplines. 

More information about the program is available on the E.E. Just Program website

Program Funding

The program currently offers two research funding opportunities for undergraduates:

  • 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.