Our mission is to oversee programs that provide opportunities for students to engage in research with a Dartmouth College faculty mentor. These close collaborations between faculty and students provide a forum for faculty to teach and mentor undergraduates on a one-on-one basis outside the classroom. Students acquire first hand experience in an academic field of research while developing skills such as critical thinking, information processing, and effective communication.
Compassion for refugees must become reality.
Submitted by Josh Renaud '17
Scanning human skulls, looking at evolution.
Submitted by Jessica Kittelberger '18
Innovative path leads to sustainable transitions.
Submitted by Alex Sclafani '18
(To submit a six word story about your research, blitz UGAR)
The Student Experiential Learning Fund
Funding for internships, job shadowing, non-Dartmouth research opportunities, service experiences, conference travel and presentations, professional/leadership training and more
Contact DCAL for more information
October 20th from 12:30 - 4:00
Six different research teams will be presenting their important work, and they are very excited to meet you! Frequently, these teams and others have need for student support on projects, so come prepared with your questions, your curiosity, and your eagerness to learn about their work. We encourage you to stay and hear as many presentations as you can, using the opportunity to network and learn about ongoing research at TDI.
Drop-in hours for 16F: Thursdays from 1:30pm-3:30pm in Parker House 201
Beginning Thursday Sept. 22nd
For an appointment outside of office hours, between terms, or in summer: blitz "undergraduate research"
Resources for international travel:
Responsible Conduct of Research (required for those working on NSF-funded research)
Council on Undergraduate Research (Dartmouth is an institutional member, so Dartmouth students can access their resources)
MentorNet (for students in engineering, science and mathematics)
Last Updated: 10/19/16