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.
David Royal, MS ’10, talks about how he puts his TDI education to work every day in Afghanistan.
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.