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Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations

Tel: 603-646-1257
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The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) works with Dartmouth faculty and administrators and with foundations and corporations to develop mutually beneficial partnerships that advance knowledge and have the potential to make a positive impact on campus and in the world.

Dartmouth faculty and administrators may visit RFPs & funding opportunities for resources.

For external audiences interested in learning more about faculty research and centers at Dartmouth, visit the respective webpages for corporations and for foundations.



MOST RECENT FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

 

Alfred P. Sloan FoundationSensor Technologies to Monitor Energy or Environmental Systems

  • $1,000,000–1,500,000 over three years
  • Deadline: April 1, 2019 for letters of inquiry
  • For collaborative science and engineering research projects led by early- and mid-career scholars to use sensor technologies to monitor and analyze energy or environmental systems at a granular level in the United States. Relevant disciplines include but are not limited to: environmental science, ecology, atmospheric science, civil and environmental engineering, geography, computer science, data science, and energy systems modeling.
  • Eligibility: lead investigators must be assistant or associate professors

Alfred P. Sloan FoundationNet-zero and Negative Emissions Technologies

  • $1,000,000–1,500,000 over three years
  • Deadline: April 1, 2019 for letters of inquiry
  • For collaborative science and engineering research projects led by early- and mid-career scholars to better understand net-zero interventions (zero CO2 emissions) and negative emissions technologies (removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere) in the United States. Requires collaboration between scholars from multiple fields of science and engineering, either within or across universities. Relevant disciplines include but are not limited to: chemistry, biology, physics, environmental science, ecology, atmospheric science, civil and environmental engineering, and energy systems modeling.
  • Eligibility: lead investigators must be assistant or associate professors

John Templeton FoundationAcademic Cross-Training Fellowship

  • Up to $222,000 over up to three years
  • Deadline: May 3, 2019 for letter of inquiry
  • To equip recently tenured philosophers and theologians with the skills and knowledge needed to study Big Questions that require substantive and high-level engagement with empirical science. For a systematic and sustained course of study in an empirical science such as physics, psychology, biology, genetics, cognitive science, neuroscience, or sociology. Must have a faculty mentor in the cross-training discipline.
  • Eligibility: received tenure after September 1, 2008

March of DimesBasil O’Connor Starter Scholar Research Awards

  • $150,000 over two years, including 10 percent indirects
  • Deadline: March 30, 2019 for nominations
  • For young scientists proposing research that will advance basic understanding of, or lead to improved treatment of any serious medical condition that afflicts pregnancies or newborns. Applications focused on preterm birth and birth defects are prioritized. Areas of investigation should have the potential to be leveraged from discovery to functional studies leading to clinical translation.
  • Eligibility: four to nine years past Ph.D., with full-time tenure-track faculty position, first tenure-track appointment no more than four years prior to the submission deadline. For MD or MD/PhD applicants, eligibility window begins upon completion of the last year of clinical training required for medical specialty board certification. Exceptions (e.g. for parental leave) considered.

 

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Last Updated: 2/13/19