Student Fellowship Application
The Leslie Center offers student fellowships support research or creative projects in the humanities, and projects that treat sources traditionally addressed by the humanities or that use methods developed in the humanities. Dartmouth College students who are enrolled full-time and are in good standing may apply. Senior Fellows and recipients of other college fellowship awards are not eligible.

Applications are held to a rigorous standard; students are urged to have a faculty advisor review the application before submission. Fellowships are aimed to help students performing significant supervised research; only in exceptional cases will students without faculty advisors receive fellowship support.

Submitting an application involves three steps:
1) Complete and submit this form
2) Email a budget, a longer description of the project, and a resume to Humanities.Center@Dartmouth.edu
All applicants are expected to include a timetable for completion and explain how this award will advance their work.
3) A faculty member must send a letter of reference in support of your application to Humanities.Center@Dartmouth.edu

Applications are reviewed three times a year - November, February, and May. For consideration in a given month's funding review, please submit a complete application by the first of that month. Funding not used during this fiscal year of the project's realization reverts to the Center's budget.

Name
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Email Address
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Major
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Title of Project
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Faculty Advisor
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Short Description of Project
2 to 3 sentences
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Are you seeking a Research or Professional Development Fellowship?
Research: for independent research or creative project, a maximum of $1,000. Professional Development: for unpaid internships or participation in scholarly conferences, $500 maximum.
Desired level of funding from the Leslie Center
Research: $1,000 maximum; Professional Development: $500 maximum.
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Grants and fellowships received during the last three years
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