- PhD in any discipline or DMA or MFA (expected by September 2020)
- Research interests that strongly intersect the theme of computation
- A demonstrated interest in multidisciplinary research
- Evidence of the ability to think outside traditional paradigms
Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to contact prospective mentors at Dartmouth College and must submit the following materials:
- Curriculum vitae (including publications list)
- Statement of research interests (maximum 2 pages) including a short description of the research you would like to pursue as a Neukom Fellow
- Description of which departments (and even better, which Dartmouth faculty) you would be interested in working with and why the opportunity to engage with multiple departments would enhance your work. Applicants are strongly encouraged to seek out connections with and contact potential Dartmouth mentors as they draft their applications.
- Three referees whose letters of recommendation speak to the aims of the Fellowship.
- (Optional) A copy of one paper you have written in English (or some comparable kind of creative work), either published or unpublished.
- (Optional) A teaching statement.
Submit applications online. Completed applications received by November 15, 2019, will receive first consideration. Materials received after that date or those that do not fulfill the above requirements stand the chance of not being considered.
Dartmouth is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people, including women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, veterans or any other legally protected group.
The Neukom Fellows Program and the Neukom Institute are made possible by a generous gift from Mr. William H. Neukom.