Energy Research and Project Funding for Spring Term

The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society has a number of funding opportunities for students interested in pursuing remote research, professional development, or other energy-related projects during the spring 2020 term. 

COVID-19 and Energy Research Assistantships: Apply by April 17

The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society has several spring 2020 remote research opportunities in energy and society topics for Dartmouth undergraduate students from a range of majors. Proposed areas of study include:

  • US electricity systems and the COVID-19 crisis
  • Energy behavior and the COVID-19 crisis
  • Economic impacts of COVID 19 on rural electric co-operatives

Students are also welcome to propose their own topics. 

Learn more and apply. 

Student Mini-Grants: Apply by May 13

The Irving Institute offers mini-grants up to $1,000 for enrolled undergraduate and graduate students who are advancing the Institute's mission of transforming humankind's understanding of energy issues, and driving the creation of ideas, technologies, and policies that improve the availability and efficient use of energy for all people. 

During this period when opportunities to participate physically in internships, lab work, and conferences are constrained by public health measures, we invite you to think creatively!

Research topic ideas and application instructions available here.