Student Funding Application
The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society offers funding for Dartmouth students for a variety of opportunities and initiatives related to energy. This funding is for enrolled students only (both undergraduate and graduate). Applications are held to a rigorous standard and students are urged to have a faculty advisor review the application before submission. Applications must include a letter of reference from a member of the faculty.

To submit an application:
1) Complete and submit this form.
2) Email a budget, a more detailed description of the project and a resume to Irving.Institute@Dartmouth.edu. Include a timetable for completion and explain how this award will advance your work.
3) A faculty member must send a letter of reference in support of your application to Irving.Institute@Dartmouth.edu

Within 2 weeks of completing your experience, submit a 400-500 word summary of what you did, what you learned, why it was valuable, and several photos.
1. Last Name *
Your answer
2. First Name *
Your answer
3. Email Address *
Your answer
4. Are you an undergraduate or graduate student? *
5. Anticipated Graduation Year *
Your answer
6. Major/Department *
Your answer
7. What are you seeking funding for? *
8. What is the date of your meeting or start date of your internship or project? *
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9. Title of meeting, internship, or project *
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10. Faculty Advisor for proposed activity *
Your answer
11. Please BRIEFLY describe (100-200 words) your proposed activity. How does it help advance the Irving Institute's mission to transform humankind’s understanding of energy issues, and drive the creation of ideas, technologies, and policies that improve the availability and efficient use of energy for all people? *
Your answer
12. Funding amount requested from the Irving Institute. *
Your answer
13. Summary of how funds will be used: *
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14. Are you requesting funds for this activity from any other source? If yes, please briefly describe. *
Your answer
15. Please list any grants or fellowships received during the last 3 years. *
Your answer
16. How will you share what you have learned from your experience with others on campus? Some options include: organize and implement a poster session, be a guest speaker at an Irving Institute discussion group, present what you learned in a class, present at a Dartmouth Energy Collaborative lunch or facilitate a formal discussion with a group of other Dartmouth students. *
Your answer
17. By selecting YES, I understand that my name, bio, and photo will be used in Irving Institute outreach and marketing if awarded funding. This may include, but is not limited to: website, blog, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, posters/flyers, brochures, YouTube, newsletters, Twitter, and annual report. *
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