Author Archive | Joseph Blumberg

About Joseph Blumberg
Joseph Blumberg is a science and technology writer with more than 35 years experience in higher education, the private sector and government. Prior activities included faculty and research positions in physical anthropology. He joined the Office of Public Affairs in July 2011, having most recently served as the Manager of Science Communications at Rutgers University.
An illustration of a supermassive black hole.
January 13, 2016

Astrophysicist Ryan Hickox wins an NSF award to study supermassive black holes.

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group of presidential fellows
January 04, 2016

The fellows program was launched in 2009.

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Audio-Visual Synthesis Workshop
December 18, 2015

Computer scientists, musicians, and artists collaborated on projects at the Etna, N.H., gathering.

December 09, 2015

Alumni, faculty, students and others are participating in the historic gathering in Paris.

November 23, 2015

The bird’s circuitous route to the modern-day Thanksgiving table actually began in Mexico.

aaas fellows
November 23, 2015

A Dartmouth forest ecologist and a materials engineer at Thayer are new AAAS fellows.

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November 18, 2015

The paleoanthropologist spends time with Dartmouth students during a two-day visit.

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Professor Julie Hruby
November 18, 2015

Julie Hruby and Deborah Nichols join forces to probe the past in a new course.

November 10, 2015

Investigation of the mental map may offer clues to treating Alzheimer’s, among other things.

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Professor Douglas Staiger
October 28, 2015

Professor Douglas Staiger is honored for his application of economics to health care.

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