The GEM fellowship program supports the National GEM Consortium's mission to "enhance the value of the nation's human capital by increasing the participation of underrepresented groups (African Americans, American Indians, and Hispanic Americans) at the master's and doctoral levels in engineering and science."
Participating Academic Programs
As a GEM member university, Dartmouth is pleased to sponsor GEM fellows in the following programs:
- PhD, Engineering Sciences — Dartmouth sponsors GEM employer and associate fellows, covering tuition, fees, and stipend.
- Master of Engineering (MEng) and Master of Engineering Management (MEM) — Dartmouth sponsors up to two GEM employer and university fellows, covering tuition and fees. Each year, up to two fellowships total may be awarded across the MEng and MEM programs.
- MS, Engineering Sciences — Dartmouth sponsors GEM employer and university fellows for research projects where faculty or research grant funding is available.
To Qualify & Apply
To be eligible, applicants must:
- meet the GEM fellowship program eligibility criteria and complete a GEM fellowship application through the National GEM Consortium
- be a US citizen or permanent resident and identify as:
- American Indian or Alaska Native
- Black or African American
- Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific
- be admitted to Dartmouth Engineering's PhD, MS, MEM, or MEng program
- indicate on their Dartmouth application and/or contact Dartmouth Engineering admissions to note they are also under consideration by the National GEM Consortium for a GEM Fellowship.
All GEM fellowship applicants will receive an application fee waiver for their Dartmouth Engineering application.