The College cannot be complacent in the face of rapid change, says Mills at town hall meeting.
The survey will poll students, staff, and faculty on all aspects of life at Dartmouth.
Dean of the College division changes include naming an inaugural vice provost for student affairs.
The executive vice president says the invited speaker is planning a special presentation.
Scholars from an array of disciplines are inaugural members of President Hanlon’s academic initiative.
A specialist in conflict resolution, Nolon succeeds Mary Childers, who retired in June.
The expert in international relations will serve a two-year term, beginning July 1.
The survey about sexual assault and misconduct on campus will inform College policy.
Currently vice president for human resources at Brandeis, Bemis will begin work at Dartmouth on April 27.
To create a safer community, a prohibition on hard alcohol for undergraduates is added to the policy.