The Geisel professor talks about a study on smoking on the big screen.
Olga Zhaxybayeva won a Simons Foundation Investigator grant to study microbial origins and evolution.
The engineering professor talks about her passion for teaching and why being an engineer is cool.
Steve Bensen, Geisel ’90, talks about his two months with the Human Resources for Health program.
The presidential panel has extended its timeline to continue public engagement into the fall term.
Dartmouth researchers help discover the newest tarsier—one of our distant cousins—in the Philippines.
MOOCs will provide “active and experiential learning opportunities,” says Dartmouth’s Joshua Kim.
False beliefs about Ebola are making “an awful situation worse,” says Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan.
The research engineer talks about photos his father took of the dance pioneer’s company performing.
Graduates of the Master in Health Care Delivery Science program put their learning to work.
Colleges needn’t have an “overly robust sense of concern about it,” says the physician.
A team of students from India placed ninth at Thayer’s annual formula hybrid competition.
The professor recommends the film, which is examines indigenous rights and racism in Australia.
Thayer’s Rachel Obbard says the abundance of plastic particles in Arctic sea ice came as a surprise.