Resources

Dartmouth College has many resources for members of our community, including, but not limited to, those listed below:

ASURE

The ASURE program provides summer research opportunities for first-generation and underrepresented minority students interested in pursuing graduate studies at Dartmouth.

FIRST GENERATION NETWORK

The First Generation Network provides services and events for first generation students, staff, and faculty. This coalition is also a mentorship resource for students to connect with professionals with shared experiences.

RESOURCES FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Student Accessibility Services provides support and resources for undergraduates with disabilities.

GRADUATE VETERANS ASSOCIATION (DGVA)

DGVA unites, mobilizes, and advocates for veterans in the graduate studies programs at Dartmouth to ensure that graduate veterans have a voice in student government, the College, and the community.

OFFICE OF PLURALISM AND LEADERSHIP (OPAL)

OPAL's mission is to foster a Dartmouth where all students can thrive, value difference, and contribute to the creation of a socially just world.

TITLE IX OFFICE

The Title IX Office works to promote an environment of sexual respect, safety, and well-being.  Their site provides information on Dartmouth's programs for promoting sexual respect, and resources, policies, and procedures for preventing and responding to sexual assault, gender-based harassment, and other forms of sexual misconduct.

EMPLOYEE RESOURCE NETWORKS

With the goal of advancing recruitment efforts and increasing the retention of diverse talent, Dartmouth College provides institutional support for Employee Resource Networks (ERN).
 

EARS Resource Flow Chart

Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, post-doc or researcher, staff or faculty member, there are ways to get support. Please see the EARS Reporting Flowchart to see what resources are available to you.

OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL DIVERSITY AND EQUITY (IDE)

The IDE office provides resources and creates partnerships across the institution that promote an accessible and inclusive working environment.
 

TUCKER CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL AND ETHICAL LIFE

The William Jewett Tucker Center cultivates spiritual and ethical lives, builds relationships and understanding across identities, and engages in dialogue on meaningful issues that will make a profound difference on campus and beyond. The Tucker Center is inclusive and affirming of all students, faculty, staff, and alumni and offers caring and thought-provoking opportunities to grow a sense of connection and purpose through reflective personal exploration and intentional community engagement. 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

In addition to these Dartmouth-specific resources, there are a wide variety of additional resources online that are broadly applicable to the entire geoscience discipline. Below are some important examples, but we welcome additional suggestions:

MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

GEOSCIENTISTS WITH DISABILITIES

WOMEN IN THE GEOSCIENCES

RACIAL AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY

GAY, LESBIAN, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDERED, AND QUEER GEOSCIENTISTS

OTHER RESOURCES