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H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship

GuidelinesApplicationsLetters of RecommendationFinal Application SubmissionApplication Schedule and Deadlines

Description

The H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship is awarded each year to one graduating senior or recent Dartmouth graduate in the fields of architecture, urban planning, land conservation, historic preservation, architectural and urban history, and art history. Applicants should be committed to graduate work and to a career in the above fields of study. The fellowship is intended to provide financial support for its recipient to study outside of a regular academic program through travel and contemplation, while observing, reading, writing, sketching and acquiring knowledge that will be useful to his or her future work or discipline, and to society. This fellowship is not intended to support work towards an academic degree. Fellowship recipients may study in any foreign country, for one year. The award is non-renewable. The stipend is currently $15,000, but may vary according to funding. One fellowship will be awarded each year. 
Application deadline: February 17, 2014.

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Guidelines

Graduating seniors and recent alumni/ae are eligible for this award; preference will be given to applicants up to five years beyond graduation. Requests for support of dissertation research for U.S. graduate programs will not be considered. U.S. citizens and international students may apply. Selection will be made by the Dartmouth Committee on Graduate Fellowships. The terms of the fellowship place no restrictions on destination; eligible fields of study are architecture, urban planning, land conservation, historic preservation, architectural and urban history, and art history.

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Applications

Application Deadline:  February 17, 2014.

A complete application file contains the following:

    1. Application Form - (completed online)
    2. Study and Travel Proposal (max. 1000 words) Email to Scholarship.Advising@Dartmouth.edu including:
      The applicant's background in the academic field(s) listed above
      The applicant's academic and career goals
      What the applicant hopes to achieve intellectually during the period of the fellowship
    3. Transcript: Current Undergraduates should order an unofficial transcript through Banner Student, and email the PDF to Scholarship.Advising@Dartmouth.edu. Alumni should order an official e-transcript through the Registrar's homepage, and have the transcript sent directly to Scholarship.Advising@Dartmouth.edu.
    4. Transcripts (other institutions): Please request official copies of any other non-Dartmouth transcripts to be sent to: Scholarship Advising, 6201 Parker House, Room 101, Hanover, NH 03755 
    5. Two Letters of Recommendation:  Both letters should be from Dartmouth instructors who know your work well.  Please provide each recommender a Recommendation Request Form and a copy of your proposal.

Letters of Recommendation

Both letters of recommendation must be from faculty members that assess the nominee's intellectual curiosity, character, and potential for independent study.  Letters should be sent by email to Scholarship Advising, or by hard copy to Scholarship Advising, 6201 Parker House, Room 101, Hanover, NH 03755 or HB 6201.

For more information on recommendation letters, click here.

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Final Application Submission

The application form should be completed online.  The proposal should be emailed to Scholarship.Advising@Dartmouth.edu.  Application Deadline:  February 17, 2014.

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Brooks Travelling Fellowship Application Schedule

February 17, 2014

Application Deadline

May 2014

Brooks Fellow Announced

 

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Last Updated: 1/7/14