The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Student Mini-Grants

Looking for program funding for yourself or an organization? Rockefeller Center mini-grants cover conference registration fees up to $300 for an individual student, or up to $1,000 to cover the costs of an on-campus event or program by a student organization.

Dartmouth’s Link Up Sister to Sister event was a day-long retreat for 122 girls from six middle schools in the Upper Valley.

Dartmouth’s Link Up Sister to Sister event was a day-long retreat for 122 girls from six middle schools in the Upper Valley.

Women gather to celebrate collective sisterhood in the wake of sorority recruitment.

Nearly sixty women gathered to celebrate collective sisterhood in the wake of sorority recruitment. The event was intended to emphasize community, regardless of Greek or other organizational affiliation.

Dartmouth students present their thesis at SIGGRAPH, the largest conference in computer graphics.

Dartmouth students present their thesis at SIGGRAPH, the largest conference in computer graphics. 

Brendan Cronin ’15 presents his research on “Preventative Tuberculosis Therapy in Swaziland” at the annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH).

Brendan Cronin ’15 presents his research on “Preventative Tuberculosis Therapy in Swaziland” at the annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH).

For more information, contact Rockefeller Center's Student Mini-Grants, or call Lynn Spencer at (603) 646-3874.

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