The religion professor will receive an award on behalf of her late father, a civil rights activist.
The Hood Museum of Art has Assyrian artifacts of the type targeted by ISIS militants as anti-Islam.
Professor Mary Flanagan’s Kickstarter is funding a game in which sisters vie to rule the realm.
The government professor gives keynote lecture at gathering of pro-democracy and pro-China officials.
Coming up: Ecologist Diana Wall on biodiversity in Antarctic soil; final shows for “Romeo and Juliet.”
A paper by Aaron Goodman ’15 was voted 2014′s best by scholars of executive politics.
The Niehaus Family Professor in International Studies will speak on “The Tradeoffs of Trade.”
Last year, with OpEd Project support, Dartmouth faculty placed 44 pieces in major media outlets.
The Lewin Post-Graduate Fellowship supports a year of service with nonprofit groups.
Events in Ferguson, Mo., and elsewhere led to creation of the multi-discipline special topics course.