“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.
A roster of high-profile scientists will speak to the public at the inaugural E.E. Just Symposium, honoring the Dartmouth Class of 1907 alumnus and pioneering cellular biologist.
Former U.S. Senator Judd Gregg lectured at Dartmouth on the Constitution, the history and role of the Senate, and the difficult issues facing America today.
On October 5 and 6, Dartmouth will host the “Pressure of Light Symposium” commemorating research done by two Dartmouth professors in Wilder Laboratory from 1900 to 1903.
Dartmouth’s Year of the Arts celebration continues with the opening of the new Black Family Visual Arts Center and the dedication of Ellsworth Kelly’s Dartmouth Panels.
Yo-Yo Ma spent the day at Dartmouth interacting with students and performing before a packed Spaulding Auditorium.
Judd Gregg, who represented New Hampshire as a senator and governor, speaks on campus September 17 about “The Role of the Senate and the Coming Fiscal Crisis.”
President Carol L. Folt, speaker Ricki Stern ’87, and Student Body President Suril Kantaria ’13 addressed the Class of 2016 at Convocation on September 10.