Tribal Scholar Fellowship Program
The Native American Studies Program offers short-term fellowships to allow Tribal Scholars to conduct research at Dartmouth College, to make use of the institution's resources, and to interact with faculty and students. The fellowships are designed to give members of tribal communities, who would not otherwise have the opportunity, time to pursue individual or community research projects at an Ivy League institution.
Application for Tribal Scholarship at Dartmouth
Tribal scholars who wish to be considered for a short-term fellowship are invited to submit a letter of interest to the Chair of the Native American Studies Program, together with a biographical sketch or C.V. and a description of the project they would like to pursue while in residence at Dartmouth.
Established with funds from the Dartmouth Class of 1943, these fellowships provide a modest stipend, travel costs, a housing allowance, office space, library privileges and computer access. The fellowships are from one to three months in duration at the discretion of the NAS Chair and contingent on available funding.