Dartmouth seniors talk about some of the classes that have had a major impact on their lives.
The gift for scholarships will help students from New Hampshire attend medical school at Geisel.
Daniel Bornstein ’14 researches the effect of European Union regulations on the Gambia.
The three Dartmouth alumni were the first people from outside the village of Tanauan to arrive to help.
The chair-elect will succeed the board’s current chair, A. Lorris Betz, next year.
The Undergraduate Awards is an international program for all disciplines.
A Dartmouth-led project is developing an early warning system for impending psychotic episodes.
The engineering professor ties “the fundamentals to real-world application,” says Thayer Dean Joseph Helble.
A new report shows that 64 percent of Dartmouth’s Class of 2011 studied abroad.
Collaboration, cooperation, and risk-assessment are keys to computer system protection at Dartmouth.