The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Faculty Resources Available

The most important social science and public policy issues span several traditional academic disciplines. To support this multi-disciplinary approach, the Center has an array of programs to enhance your experience as a scholar and teacher at Dartmouth.

The most important social science and public policy issues span several traditional academic disciplines. To support this multi-disciplinary approach, the Center has an array of programs to enhance your experience as a scholar and teacher at Dartmouth.

For more information, contact Jane DaSilva, program coordinator, at (603) 646-2229.

The Center supports an annual competitive research grant program open to tenured and tenure-track Dartmouth College faculty for research on public policy and social science issues

Faculty Research Funding Opportunities

"These small grants can become the seed for initiating larger projects and being able to establish their feasibility." -Professor Nichols, Department of Anthropology

Classroom enhancement grants

Faculty in the social sciences may apply for grants throughout the academic year for research-related activities or invited guests that support efforts to enrich the teaching experience.

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Faculty Workshops

Faculty workshops

Rockefeller Center-sponsored workshops encourage faculty members to engage in research-based policy discussions.

Classroom Visitors and Public Speakers

The Rockefeller Center co-sponsors public programs with Social Science Departments throughout the academic year. These public programs may feature a classroom visitor who will also deliver a public lecture and participate in student and faculty engagements.

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Manuscript Review

Faculty Manuscript Reviews

The manuscript review process offers faculty and staff in the social sciences the opportunity for an interdisciplinary peer review of their manuscript during the pre-publication stage. 

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