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Study: Wolves’ Rodent Hunts Go Better Near Monkey Herds

An Ethiopian wolf moves among gelada monkeys.

A Dartmouth-led study discovers what seems to be a working relationship between the two species.

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Dartmouth Scientists Track Mercury Pollution

Erich Osterberg and Sam Beal

A new ice core shows the rise and fall of environmental mercury over a 600-year period.

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Dartmouth Is National Center of Excellence for Health Care

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College awarded $17.5 million grant to study health care delivery, patient outcomes.

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Nearly Half of Dartmouth’s Engineering Majors Are Women

The new numbers represent a milestone nationally and for Thayer School of Engineering.

Math-O-Vision Announces 2015 Contest Winners

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High school filmmakers receive $7,500 in prizes for math-inspired creative works.

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Geisel Event Honors Students and Master Educators

2015 Geisel Academy of Master Educators honorees

Faculty and students were recognized for their contributions to medical education and community service.

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Evan Griffith ’15: Researching Liturgical and Musical Links

A musical scholar explores the history and music of Reform Jewish worship.

Health Care, Globalization Each Get a $10 Million Gift

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Dick Levy ’60 and an anonymous donor fund gifts to support faculty teams.

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Leandra Pilar Barrett ’15 Studies Immigration Issues

The undergraduate studies the experiences of asylum-seeking immigrants in Texas.

Emmanuel Blankson ’15 Studies the Black Immigrant Experience

A student sociologist looks at developing identities in the children of black immigrants.

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