Research funding: Faculty and department Postdoctoral Fellows may apply for $10,000 to support research projects, annually, based on availability of funds. Undergraduate students may apply for up to $5,000 during the course of their studies, and this funding may be used for more than one project. Graduate students may apply for up to $10,000 during the course of their graduate studies, and this funding may be used for more than one project. Pending available funds, Emerit faculty are eligible for Goodman support if they have demonstrated sustained engagement with the Anthropology department, its students, and faculty. All research proposals should be submitted using the relevant online forms. Additional requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Conference Travel Funding: In addition to research support, funding is available to support sharing of research results at relevant professional meetings (paper presentations, panel discussions, posters) as well as to offset attendance at academic conferences. Faculty and postdoctoral fellows may receive $1,800 for domestic conference travel or $2,500 for international travel. Undergraduate and graduate students may apply for $500 to support conference travel. Pending available funds, Emerit faculty are eligible for Goodman support if they have demonstrated recent and ongoing engagement with the Anthropology department, its students, and faculty. To apply for conference travel, please complete the online form here https://anthropology.dartmouth.edu/research/claire-garber-goodman-fund/goodman-student-conference-support. Undergraduate and graduate students must forward an email of support from their primary advisor to the anthropology department administrator.
Research Experience Support: Undergraduate and graduate students may also apply for up to $2,500 to support the cost of experiential learning opportunities, such as a field school, methods training, or specialized language coursework or training. To apply for Research Experience Support, please forward your request in an email, along with the program's application materials and a support email from your primary advisor to the department administrator.