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.
Brian Young, a student in Dartmouth’s MALS program, studies the culture of the little-known country.
Steve Bensen, Geisel ’90, talks about his two months with the Human Resources for Health program.
An anthropology professor and a Geisel professor teamed up to teach a course about HIV.
The award will provide up to 10 years of funding for the microbiologist’s research.
Geisel’s Tim Lahey offers an overview of the disease and puts into context the risk to Americans.