Dartmouth has developed a significant scientific, educational, and policy-development relationship with Greenlandic institutions. Greenland is experiencing first hand the rapid environmental changes taking place worldwide.

Scientific Research

Faculty and graduate student research in Greenland is adding to knowledge about the rapidly changing physical and ecological conditions of a landmass and a people at the center of climate change. 

Nuuk, Greenland

Dartmouth-Greenland Off-Term Opportunity

Apply for the rewarding opportunity to understand the Arctic and learn from University of Greenland’s faculty and students in Nuuk. For Dartmouth students interested in environmental or Arctic studies, anthropology, linguistics, international studies or political science, studying at the University of Greenland offers an indepth analysis of issues from a different cultural perspective. We also host students from the University of Greenland spend a term in classes with Dartmouth students.


Education & Outreach

Students and faculty support National Science Foundation programs that bolster basic science education and an understanding of climate change at the high school level in Greenland.

The John Sloan Dickey Center