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Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations

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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

Carnegie CorporationAndrew Carnegie Fellows
Dartmouth may nominate one junior scholar and one senior scholar (see eligibility below)

  • $200,000 over one or two years (35 awards will be made)
  • Deadlines:
    • October 3, 2018 for internal submissions
    • November 8, 2018 for external applications
  • Junior scholars must have received terminal degree in 2008 or later. Senior scholars must have received terminal degree before 2008.
  • For 12- or 24-month projects in the social sciences and humanities. Eligible topics include:
    • Global connections and global ruptures. Topic areas include, but are not confined to, international law; nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons; war and peace in the 21st century; threats to democratic institutions; nationalism; national sovereignty; migration and immigration; refugee crises; human rights; race; gender; religion; access to education; demographic changes; challenges to cultural legacies; national security and civil liberties; poverty; terrorism; and translation, transmission, and transformation of cultures.
    • Strengthening U.S. democracy and exploring new narratives. Topic areas include, but are not confined to, access to education, civic participation, the voting process, political polarization, the party system, migration and immigration, inequality, the widening poverty-wealth gap, religion, gender, race, individual rights and privacy, forms of cultural expression, incarceration, judicial and criminal justice reform, rule of law, and the public good.
    • Environments, natural and human. Topic areas include, but are not confined to, political and economic stability, global climate change, health, inequality, human rights, defining the Anthropocene, ethical implications of environmental issues, and literary and cultural expressions of environmental change.
    • Technological and cultural creativity—potential and perils. Topic areas include, but are not confined to, cybersecurity, big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, the impact of technology on privacy, civic participation, impact of traditional and social media, accountability of tech industry, challenges to and varieties of individual expression, the power of imagery, approaches to death and dying, cognitive science and human creativity, definitions of the human and the post-human, and ethical issues raised by medical and scientific research.
  • To apply for this opportunity, email the following to LimitedFunding@dartmouth.edu:
    • one-page description of your project idea
    • total amount of your funding request
    • current CV
    • use "Carnegie Corporation — Andrew Carnegie Fellows" as the subject line

Simons FoundationCollaboration Grants for Mathematicians

  • $42,000 over five years
  • Deadline: January 31, 2019
  • Travel grants for collaborative contacts between mathematicians

FacebookFellowship Program/Emerging Scholars Program

  • Two years of tuition and fees, $37,000 annual stipend, up to $5,000 in conference travel support
  • Deadline: October 12, 2018
  • For promising doctoral students who are engaged in innovative and relevant research in areas related to computer science and engineering.
  • Emerging Scholars Program is for people who identify as:
    • Black or African American
    • Hispanic or Latino
    • Native American or Alaskan Native
    • Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
  • Research areas:
    • applied statistics
    • AR/VR photonics and optics
    • computational social science
    • computer vision
    • compute storage and efficiency
    • distributed systems
    • economics and computation
    • hardware and software infrastructure for machine learning
    • machine learning
    • natural language processing
    • networking and connectivity
    • programming languages
    • security/privacy
    • spoken language processing and audio classification
    • UX/Instagram well-being

American Heart AssociationCareer Development Award

  • $231,000 over three years
  • Deadline: October 17, 2018
  • For early-career healthcare and academic professionals to explore innovative questions or pilot studies that will provide preliminary data and training necessary to assure the applicant's future success as a research scientist in the field of cardiovascular and stroke research. Open to all academic disciplines and health-related professions. Women, underrepresented minorities in the sciences, and those who have experienced varied and non-traditional career trajectories are strongly encouraged.

 

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Last Updated: 9/24/18