Travel Grants

All of these requirements must be met prior to the release of travel grant funds

Dartmouth Sponsored Travel Policy

Students, faculty, and staff who are fully vaccinated may travel within the United States on Dartmouth-sponsored travel. Students, faculty, and staff who are not fully vaccinated may travel within New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island (i.e., New England) on Dartmouth-sponsored travel. All those who choose to travel outside of New England must register in the Travel Registry and travel must be in accordance with the gathering guidelines for travel. Those who wish to travel outside of the designated range may petition for a travel exception through the travel registry process. At this time, undergraduate students are not eligible for an exception to travel outside of the United States on Dartmouth-sponsored travel.

Regardless of vaccination status, those who choose to travel should follow Dartmouth's access and quarantine requirements along with all applicable requirements for the area they are traveling to as well as their country and state of residence; this includes guidance or requirements set by business owners, landlords, or other facility owners and operators. If guidance differs, individuals should follow the more restrictive guidance. If symptoms develop, travelers should cancel their travel and contact their primary care provider. Learn more....

Application Process

As part of our continuing effort to support both undergraduate and graduate student research, we offer Neukom Travel Grants. These grants, awarded to excellent and deserving proposals on a first-come-first-served basis, are available to students who will be presenting their research at conferences, workshops, or symposia.

Two grants, of $1,000 each, will be awarded each month.

To apply, fill out the form below.

Eligible students must be engaged in faculty-advised research focused on the development of novel computational techniques and/or the application of computational methods to problems in the Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities.

All confirmed grantees must sign the Program acknowledgement, Release and Indemnification Agreement, return it to the Neukom Institute and fill out the online Global Dartmouth Travel Registry PRIOR to travel to be eligible to receive their funding.

Travel Grants

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