A new wellness program for employees will launch with an event that provides health screenings, flu shots, and access to a new team of health coaches.
A multimedia show featuring distinguished guests, student artists, faculty, and alumni is one of the many events slated for the Hop’s 50th anniversary celebration.
A Dartmouth delegation recently traveled to China, Japan, and Korea to make connections that will broaden Dartmouth’s international collaborations.
The Orozco Room, which houses one of Dartmouth’s greatest treasures, José Clemente Orozco’s mural The Epic of American Civilization, reopens after a three-month renovation.
Jeffrey Ruoff’s documentary Still Moving: Pilobolus at Forty screens at Dartmouth on October 11 and 13. Both shows are sold out.
David Helfand, president of Quest University Canada, sits down with Dartmouth Now to discuss the challenges facing higher education in the 21st century.
A symposium will feature lectures and a roundtable discussion about the history of armed service, exploring many themes from President Emeritus James Wright’s latest book.
“Moving Us Forward: Community Impact and Social Responsibility” brings together scholars, students, and community members to discuss civic work in higher education.
David Helfand, president of Quest University Canada, will speak at Dartmouth on October 1.
“Writing Summit 2012” commemorates the 1966 Dartmouth Seminar, explores writing in the contemporary world, and features lectures from David McCullough and other authors.