Thayer’s Vicki May seeks students who are hard working, creative, and able to learn from failure.
The instructor at the Hood discusses what she enjoys the most about being a museum educator.
A new type of laser developed at Dartmouth may have a big impact on the future of quantum computing.
University Press of New England, Brandeis, and Dartmouth launch a shared electronic book program.
IT security authority Nate Fick ’99 speaks at the eCampus security conference hosted by Dartmouth.
New anthologies collect essays written by multi-racial and Muslim students.
In the new program, called Wall Street Edge, current students provide support to incoming students.
The annual international gathering has drawn faculty, post-docs, and graduate students since 1997.
In the new rankings, Dartmouth is 17th for value and affordability and third for net price.
Associate Professor Donna Coch’s research contradicts the theory of the fourth-grade reading shift.
Summer Term’s Family Weekend, July 25-27, promises to be entertaining and enlightening.
Geisel’s William Hudenko lists top board games for strengthening executive-function skills.
From biographies to murder mysteries, 11 faculty members share their summer reading recommendations.
Working groups will continue national effort over the next year to end sexual violence on campuses.