Distinguished scholars, or those at the early stages of their careers, are invited to apply. We strongly encourage applications from diverse populations.
Housed at the campus of Dartmouth College, the Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Engagement (ICE) promotes and facilitates lively dialogue between members of academia, public intellectuals, spiritual leaders, and the public at large in a variety of formats, from web-accessible courses and public lectures to fellowships and workshops. Through its activities, ICE aims to create a transformative bridge between the sciences and the humanities, going beyond the “two-cultures” divide as it addresses some of the fundamental questions of our time.
ICE Fellows are scientists and humanists seeking to find time to work on projects that call for a broader cross-disciplinary approach. They should consider the fellowship as an opportunity to seek new approaches or deepen already existing lines of inquiry. Fellows will have the opportunity to engage with faculty, scholars, and students, and will deliver a public lecture.
The length of residence may vary from two weeks to a full term, with longer terms considered based on the strength of the project and the availability of funds. ICE Fellows will be provided with attractive housing in Hanover, NH, a generous weekly stipend, a fully-equipped office on campus, and access to Dartmouth’s libraries and facilities. Residencies will occur within the timeframe of September 2016 to June 2019.
Applications are accepted through Interfolio and must be received on or before April 15, 2016.