A member of the Dartmouth women’s basketball team, Martinez recently spent 10 weeks working in Peru.
As part of an Obama diplomatic initiative, the College hosts 25 leaders from sub-Saharan Africa.
Dartmouth students in New Zealand learn about a very different culture with anthropologist John Watanabe.
What can you do with a Dartmouth degree? Here’s what a few ’14s planned to do after graduation.
Student photographers’ best shots are featured in photo contest sponsored by Off-Campus Programs.
Four countries, 20 students, and a world’s worth of hard-earned insight gained through experience.
The Marshals carry batons engraved with their names as they lead their classmates to the Green.
Fulbright and DAAD funding send Dartmouth graduates to Asia, Europe, and South America.
“Effecting positive change in Nigeria has always been my goal,” says Geisel student Ayobami Olufadeji.
Four undergrads will work with faculty on research to alleviate poverty in low-income countries.