Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Assistant Vice Provost for Research Development and Alliances
The Leslie Center for the Humanities
Haldeman Center, Room 368
(603) 646-9373 (office)
Charlotte Bacon, Director, has worked with GrantGPS since 2017. Charlotte works primarily with faculty and postgraduates in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts, but welcomes collaboration across all discipline. She has a particular passion for supporting new scholars in their careers and aims to foster equity and inclusion in all of her work. She has helped Dartmouth's faculty secure funding from the NSF, the NEH, the ACLS, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the National Archives, among other sources. She is also the Fulbright scholar liaison for the Dartmouth community. A graduate of Harvard College and Columbia University, she was tenured in the English Department of the University of New Hampshire and served as Executive Director of the Maine-Wabanaki Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Charlotte has also published five works of fiction and has won the PEN/Hemingway Prize, as well as awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the NEA, and the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library.
Engineering, Life Sciences, and Medicine
Senior Associate Director, GrantGPS
Remsen, Room 401
(603) 650-1619 (office)
Allan Bieber, PhD joined GrantGPS in the summer of 2019, bringing over 30 years of experience in research, teaching and administration at institutions including the Mayo Clinic, Harvard Medical School, University of California at Berkley, Stanford and Purdue. He has held grants from NSF, NIH and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and has served on study sections at the NIH, Department of Defense and the National MS Society. Allan provides research and grant-writing support to faculty of all rank, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students in the sciences, with a particular focus on NSF and NIH proposals.
Environmental and Physical Sciences Grant Support
Senior Associate Director
GrantGPS and the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society
Angie Hofmann works to identify, coordinate, and supervise novel opportunities for research support in the engineering, environmental, chemical/physical and related disciplines and in areas of interest to the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society and to GrantGPS. Prior to joining GrantGPS and the Irving Institute, Angie was Senior Associate Director and Interim Director for Corporate and Foundation Relations at Dartmouth, where she was responsible for fundraising from national and international corporations and foundations. Before joining Dartmouth in 2021, Angie was Strategic Projects Advisor to Yale University’s Vice Provost for Research and Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations for Science and International Initiatives in Yale’s Office of Development. She holds a PhD in Mol. Biology and Biochemistry from the UC, Irvine and was a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute in Berlin, Germany. She is the founder of SciWri Services, a venture providing training and consulting services on scientific communication worldwide, and the author of two books that are standards in the field: Scientific Writing and Communication – Papers, Proposals, and Presentation and Writing in the Biological Sciences (Oxford University Press.)
Assistant Director, GrantGPS
Damiano Benvegnù, Assistant Director for Interdiscplinary Studies, began his work with GrantGPS in September 2020. Damiano researches grant opportunities for postdoctoral fellows and faculty in all disciplines to support their grant-seeking activities. In addition to grant research, Damiano is a Senior Lecturer in Italian and Comparative Literature; an Associate Fellow of the Oxford Center for Animal Ethics; and a founding member of Anthropocene Working Group at Dartmouth College. Damiano’s work focuses on the intersection of literary studies, environmental humanities, and digital humanities.
Assistant Director for Grant Operations, GrantGPS
Dartmouth Hall 107
Hailey LaVoy joined GrantGPS in March 2023 as Assistant Director for Grant Operations. In addition to overseeing day to day operations of GrantGPS, she works closely with senior directors to catalyze grant-funded research and scholarship in keeping with faculty needs. She provides research support to grant-seeking post-doctoral fellows and serves as the principal resource for Dartmouth faculty, postdocs, and administrators applying to the Fulbright U.S. Scholars Program. Hailey holds a Ph.D. in Medieval Studies from the University of Notre Dame.