Centers & Institutes
Centers of knowledge. Research, learning, and public dialogue meet in the activities of Dartmouth’s centers and institutes.
The centers listed below represent a sample from across the institution. A comprehensive list of the more than 50 research centers at Dartmouth is also available.
Dartmouth’s Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society aspires to be the world’s premier institute for transforming humankind’s understanding of energy issues, and driving the creation of ideas, technologies, and policies that improve the availability and efficient use of energy for all people.Read More
CCNE takes advantage of Dartmouth’s culture of cross-disciplinary collaboration to integrate nanotechnology into basic and applied cancer research in order to provide new solutions for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.Read More
DCAL facilitates professional development for Dartmouth’s faculty and cultivates conversation about how people learn. It works with educators across the campus and helps them practice learner-centered course design, implementation, and assessment.Read More
The students and faculty at The Dartmouth Institute ask challenging questions about health care and use research, education, and engagement to understand and improve health care systems in the U.S. and abroad.Read More
The John Sloan Dickey Center aims to produce the best understanding and analysis of international issues through collaborative, multidisciplinary research on complex problems, such as global climate change, world health crises, and war and conflict resolution.Read More
The Hop is the cultural hub of campus and nurtures a passion for the arts within the Dartmouth community and in the Upper Valley region. Each year, the Hop holds more than 100 live performances in virtually all genres of music, theater, and dance, as well as over 200 film screenings and other events.Read More
ISTS is dedicated to advancing information security and privacy through interdisciplinary research, education, and outreach programs that focus on information technology and its role in society.Read More
The Fannie and Alan Leslie ’30 Center is an interdisciplinary space for the production and advancement of humanistic knowledge. Everything the Center does—from hosting lectures and seminars to providing faculty and student research fellowships—helps define and promote the value of the humanities at Dartmouth and beyond.Read More
Computation is increasingly important to research conducted across the humanities, arts, social sciences, and sciences. The William H. Neukom Institute was founded in 2007 to enable Dartmouth students and faculty to integrate computational technology into their scholarship.Read More
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center is one of the nation’s premier facilities for cancer treatment and research. It is one of 69 National Cancer Institute–designated comprehensive cancer centers in the U.S. The center’s researchers and clinicians work to improve the understanding, prevention, and treatment of cancer.Read More
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy educates, trains, and inspires the next generation of public policy leaders in all fields through multidisciplinary education, public lectures by visiting scholars and dignitaries, skills training, and research across the social sciences.Read More
SYNERGY fosters translational research at Dartmouth by improving research infrastructure, promoting cross-disciplinary collaboration, training scientists in translational research, and facilitating the movement of scientific discoveries into clinical trials and clinical practice.Read More