Fellowships and Visitors

We are proud host exceptional leaders through the Class of 1930 Fellowship and the Perkins Bass Distinguished Visitor program. We're thrilled to have these outstanding minds on campus, sharing their ideas and insights with the vibrant Dartmouth community.

Class of 1930 Fellowship

The Class of 1930 Fellowship was established by the members of the class to continue the tradition begun by President Ernest Martin Hopkins of bringing distinguished men and women to campus for brief visits. In addition to delivering a public lecture to the Dartmouth community, Class of 1930 Fellows meet with students and faculty over several days in small group sessions or during class. Learn more about the fellowship and view current and past fellows here.

Perkins Bass Distinguished Visitors

Each year, the Rockefeller Center names a New Hampshire citizen who has made or is making an outstanding contribution in the field of Government as the Perkins Bass Distinguished Visitor. The Perkins Bass Visitor program is supported by the Perkins Bass 1934 Fund, which was established in April 2012. The fund also supports internships for Dartmouth students working in public affairs in New Hampshire. Learn more about the visitorship and view current and past visitors here.