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Philosophy department will fund independent research on philosophical issues related to race, class, gender, and social justice
Spring Applications Deadline: February 1, 2022
As part of our commitment to social justice, the philosophy department will fund independent research on philosophical issues related to race, class, gender, and social justice. We hope students become lifelong independent researchers, and these grants give you the chance to pursue a project of your own devising during a leave term or Winterim. They provide $1500 for projects that should take up roughly three weeks of full time work, which can be spread over the entirety of a leave term. The research done during the grant period is not a course and it cannot be used for credit.
All undergraduate Dartmouth students are eligible to apply for these grants. Since they are intended to support research during leave terms or Winterim, they cannot be used while enrolled in Dartmouth courses. Recipients who change their D-plans to be in residence during a grant term must forfeit the grant, but may re-apply for funding during a later period. International students should consult OVIS to ensure that their visas permit them to receive funding for independent research while they are away from campus.
For more information and how to apply, visit: https://philosophy.dartmouth.edu/news-events/philosophy-and-struggle-against-racism/social-justice-research-grants
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