The Irving Institute offers up to $1k in funding to undergraduate and graduate students for research, professional development, unpaid internship support, and other energy related projects.
Read more about Students: Apply by May 5 for Up to $1k in Funding
On Wednesday, April 7, Sarah Kelly will give a talk called "Institutional Surprises in the Water-Energy Nexus: How Markets and Indigenous Territorial Conflicts Shape the Dynamics of Small Hydro Development in Chile" as part of the New Energy series.
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Four Dartmouth members of the class of 2021 have received mini-grant funding to support their research as part of a US-Mexican student team researching ocean thermal energy.
Read more about Dartmouth Students Team Up to Compete in Ocean Energy Research Competition
Applied research is key to the development of future energy leaders.Read more about Remote Summer Research Connects Dartmouth Students With a Range of Energy Issues
The deadline to apply for winter mini-grant funding has been extended to Monday, November 2.
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Irving Institute faculty affiliate Ian Baker, who is the Sherman Fairchild Professor of Engineering and Senior Associate Dean for Research and GradRead more about Institute Affiliate Ian Baker Awarded NSF Grant
Irving Institute Director Elizabeth Wilson discusses the costs and benefits of negative-emissions technology in the journal One Earth.
Read more about Publication Note: Elizabeth Wilson on Negative-Emissions Technologies in One Earth Journal
Seven energy and society related research projects have been awarded funding via the Irving Institute seed grant program.
Read more about Institute Announces Seven New Seed Grant Funded Projects
An Arctic energy project collaboration between researchers at the Irving Institute, Thayer School of Engineering, and Cold Regions Research Laboratory has received a second round of funding.
Read more about Dartmouth/CRREL Arctic Energy Research Funding Renewed
The Irving Institute, Thayer School of Engineering, and the Cold Regions Research Laboratory will partner on a project to improve energy systems in Arctic military bases.
Read more about Irving Institute, Thayer, and CRREL to Develop Arctic Energy Systems