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With Art, Amy Zhang ’17 Illuminates Science

Amy Zhang ’17

An undergraduate works with professors to unlock doors to understanding science.

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Senior Fellows’ Projects: Gay Identity, Climate-Change Activism

David Cordero ’16 and Leehi Yona ’16

 Leehi Yona ’16 and David Cordero ’16 research social issues in yearlong fellowships.

Come to Think of It—or Not: How Memories Can Be Forgotten

says. He is the study’s lead author and an assistant professor of psychological

Dartmouth’s Jeremy Manning led a study about how one can deliberately “forget” unpleasant memories.

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Dartmouth to Hold 25th Annual Wetterhahn Science Symposium

Anne Gelb

Mathematician Anne Gelb will be the keynote speaker at the May 26 symposium at the College.

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New Faculty Bring Wide-Ranging Expertise to Dartmouth

Grid image of 32 faculty members

The 36 faculty members are committed to the power of the liberal arts, says Dean Michael Mastanduno.

Provost Visits Dartmouth Global Health Project in Tanzania

Provost Carolyn Dever; Ephata Kaaya, a clinical physician and vice chancellor of Muhimbili University; and Lisa Adams MED ’90,

The College works with Muhimbili University to treat and research tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS.

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Geoff Parker: Designing a Leaner, More Reliable Energy Grid

Geoff Parker

Thayer’s new director of the Master of Engineering Management program talks business and tech.

Richard Lifton ’75 Named Rockefeller University President

Richard Lifton ’75

The clinician and Yale genetics professor to lead renowned biomedical research center.

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Travel With Arctic Researchers Via Blog, Interactive Map

Camp set up near the edge of the Greenland ice sheet

Dartmouth scientists at work in Greenland offer readers at home a chance to follow along—virtually.

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Women in Science Project Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Carol Muller '77

The Dartmouth project gives participants access to peer mentors and unique research opportunities.

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