The student’s work will contribute to the field of digital forensics, says her adviser.
The gift will fund Dartmouth’s second academic cluster, focusing on decision science.
Rocks and minerals offer the undergraduate a glimpse into the dim geologic past.
An engineering course is being taught now and “Introduction to Environmental Science” returns June 15.
The system, called HiLight, will enable new context-aware applications for smart devices.
Dartmouth undergraduates study biodiversity and climate change in a classroom on the high seas.
The 12 students will work in collaboration with community-based organizations.
Jay Hull, Elizabeth Smith, and Barbara Will take up their new roles on July 1.
Diana Salsbury ’15 talks about how she has combined her interests in classics and programming.
Dartmouth’s team of ethics students placed fifth at this year’s National Undergraduate Bioethics Bowl.
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