Summer Training Programs

Academic Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (ASURE)

Dartmouth's Academic Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (ASURE) provides summer research experience to undergraduates. Focusing on academic research, networking, and mentoring, ASURE prepares students for future graduate research training. ASURE is open to all non-Dartmouth students. The program will be hosted by Dartmouth Graduate Studies in collaboration with relevant departments around the campus.

Postbac Research Education Program (Dartmouth PREP)

Dartmouth PREP accepts up to 4 scholars into the program, which starts July 1 of each year. During the first two weeks of the program, Dartmouth PREP directors will help students match with a faculty mentor whose lab is doing research of interest to them. Dartmouth PREP offers a broad range of research opportunities across three different graduate program affiliations: Molecular & Cellular Biology (MCB), Integrative Neuroscience (IND), and Quantitative Biomedical Sciences (QBS). More than 41 Dartmouth faculty members are available to mentor Dartmouth PREP scholars for their 1-year research experience and provide guidance on the graduate school application process.

Dartmouth's Scholar's Program

Dartmouth's Scholar's Program is a workshop designed to diversify the next generation of academic leaders in STEM. The Scholar's Program focuses on providing undergraduates professional development, graduate school application resources, poster presentation feedback, and practice mock interviews. We seek motivated undergraduate students who are curious about graduate careers in STEM and are looking for support in the graduate school application process.