The Dickey Center for International Understanding encompasses the Institute for Arctic Studies, an interdisciplinary center for the study of the environment, climate change and policy implications, War and Peace Studies, the Global Heath Initiative and new research foci in human development and gender. Researchers with projects that intersect any of these areas are
particularly encouraged to apply.

Fellows receive competitive stipends and benefits, comparable to those offered by other fellowship programs. Faculty on leave from their home institutions receive half of their annual salary, up to $50,000. Dartmouth is an EE/AO employer.

Applications are evaluated on the basis of the quality and significance of the proposed research and its relevance to U.S. foreign policy and international security, and the ability of the applicant to benefit from interaction with and mentoring from Dartmouth faculty.

How to Apply:
Applicants must submit all of the following by Friday, January 17, 2014:
  • A curriculum vitae
  • A statement of up to 1,500 words describing the proposed research project
  • A writing sample
  • Two letters of reference sent directly to the Dickey Center by January 17, 2014.
  • A confidential financial statement on a separate page indicating the applicant’s other sources of support available during fellowship period and -- for current faculty only -- current salary.
Submit application materials to: Materials that cannot be submitted electronically should be directed to: Sharon St. Martin, Dickey Center for International Understanding, 6048 Haldeman Center, Hanover NH 03755.