Eight students and alumni have been offered grants to study and teach around the world.
The College works with Muhimbili University to treat and research tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS.
Dartmouth scientists at work in Greenland offer readers at home a chance to follow along—virtually.
The Neukom fellow talks about how children are using a computer game to master the digital world.
Dartmouth-led study points out the vulnerability of the animals’ migration patterns.
“I do believe my future is in China and Asia,” says adventurer Oliver Engelhart ’18.
Undergraduates do field research and publish findings from the Dartmouth earthquake conference.
Professor Andrew Campbell spent three months teaching mobile computer programming in Rwanda.
An international gathering will take place on campus to focus on disaster relief and redevelopment.
“I love getting out of my comfort zone,” says Pilar Brito ’16, on studying abroad.
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