We are delighted that you have chosen to continue your professional preparation by pursuing postdoctoral training at Dartmouth. The Guarini School for Graduate and Advanced Studies is the postdoc administrative home. Cindy Rosalbo, Director of Postdoctoral Affairs and Senior Associate Director of the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning, serves the needs of Postdoctoral Associates and Postdoctoral Fellows throughout the sciences, social sciences, humanities, and professional schools; and collaborates with the departments across Dartmouth to support the professional development and personal growth our postdoctoral community.  

Getting Started

Orientation & Welcome lunches offered quarterly. All new and returning postdocs are invited to join us for lunch and conversation. Led by the Dartmouth College Postdoc Association and the Director of Postdoctoral Affairs, We invite our colleagues from across campus including Office of Visa Services, Research Computing, Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL), Human Resources/Benefits, Dartmouth Entrepreneur Network (DEN), Dartmouth Libraries, Office of Sponsored Programs and more. It's a great chance to meet other postdocs, get your questions answered, and meet other colleagues across campus. You can see the schedule for the upcoming lunch on the google calendar on the Dartmouth College Postdoctoral Association home page.

New postdocs are also encouraged to join the Guarini Orientation Canvas site to be introduced to people, organizations, offices, policies, and procedures at Dartmouth.  Reach out to Cindy Rosalbo for access.

Definition of a Postdoc at Dartmouth

A postdoctoral scholar is an individual who has received a doctoral (or equivalent) degree and is appointed for a limited period of time of mentored advanced training to enhance the professional skills and research independence needed to pursue their chosen career path.  The primary purpose of a postdoctoral scholar is to engage in advanced study and training; in some cases teaching may be part of that training.  Normally, a postdoctoral scholar will be supported by external awards or fellowships.