“I love getting out of my comfort zone,” says Pilar Brito ’16, on studying abroad.
“Don’t ever stop being curious,” says Associate Professor of Anthropology Jeremy DeSilva.
Multidisciplinary faculty group will identify strategies for helping the world’s poor.
The College has been in touch with students studying in Paris and with undergraduates from Paris.
Six undergraduate Paganucci Fellows interned as consultants for Beijing’s Dandelion School.
Associate Professor Jeremy DeSilva has analyzed the feet of Homo naledi fossils.
Daniel Benjamin provided testimony to a U.S. House of Representatives’ subcommittee.
Professor Swayne’s “OperaX” class launches Oct. 13—and is open for registration now.
Dartmouth’s Jeremy DeSilva talks about why the discovery of Homo naledi is so significant.
Dartmouth’s DeSilva and his colleagues have concluded that the fossils belong to a new human ancestor.
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