In annual ranking, the College is No. 1 among Ivies and ninth among doctorate-granting institutions.
Patrice Juah spoke to students about the Ebola crisis and the anti-stigma campaign she has helped launch.
The Swiss university honors Colin Calloway, a professor of history and Native American studies.
The Kenya resident is the 76th Rhodes Scholar in Dartmouth’s history.
Professor Irene Kacandes writes about Germany in the time of the wall, and after its fall in 1989.
Professor Ross Virginia will support a team of scholars in research that will inform polar policy.
President emeritus does research on the pivotal year of 1969 and honors alumni killed in action.
Tommy Clark ’92, MED ’01, uses soccer’s international appeal to combat the spread of HIV.
Starting next fall, MBA students will be required to complete “an immersive global experience.”
Tuck’s Paganucci Fellows Program provides students with lessons in leadership.