The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) works with Dartmouth faculty and administrators and with foundations/corporations to build relationships and develop mutually beneficial partnerships that advance knowledge and provide funding or other support. CFR helps faculty and staff with project conceptualization, prospect research, proposal development, and reporting/stewardship. (Note: If a foundation or corporation is listed on CFR's Managed Corporation and Foundation Relationships page, please consult with CFR staff first before reaching out externally.)
Contact: Yvonne Devineni, Director / Office: 603-646-1257
The Office of Sponsored Projects serves as a central resource to support the research enterprise at Dartmouth by providing guidance and stewardship for the research community and the College.
Contact: Office of Sponsored Projects
Arts & Sciences Research Grant Managers work with faculty from all departments in the Arts & Sciences on financial and administrative aspects of proposal submission and post-award management.
Subject Librarians are available for specialized help in any discipline and can meet with you for a research consultation.
Contact: Baker-Berry Reference Library
The Office of the Vice Provost for Research is responsible for research infrastructure at Dartmouth and for providing a central resource to encourage and facilitate scholarship.
Federal government relations are managed through the Provost's office at Dartmouth. Staff are available to help you contact the New Hampshire delegation around issues important to your research and grant proposals.
Contact: Martha Austin, Associate Provost and Executive Officer, Institutional Contact for Federal Government / Office: 603-646-8861
The Outreach office assists in the development of broader impact (BI) statements and management of the programs and partnerships to facilitate their outcomes.
Contact: Amanda Skinner
Assistance with Data Management and Resource Sharing Plans
A group from OSP, the Library, and ITS provides assistance on the development of Data Management Plans.
Contact: Data Management Support Group
The Student Center for Research, Writing, and Information Technology (RWIT) is a free service dedicated to helping members of the Dartmouth community develop more effective strategies for generating and organizing their ideas, finding and evaluating research sources, and presenting and revising compositions in a variety of media. Through informal dialogue, RWIT tutors assist student writers in developing better compositions and more effective composing strategies. A collaboration between the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric, the Library, and Academic Computing, RWIT brings together faculty, administrators, staff, and students to focus on the art and science of composition.
Contact: RWIT Head Tutor