“Strengthening our graduate and postdoctoral programs will strengthen Dartmouth,” says F. Jon Kull.
The working groups guiding the shift to two centers will gather community input through Nov. 7.
President Hanlon was named a fellow in the prestigious society last year and was sworn in this year.
“I could not be more excited to join Dartmouth,” says Davidson, who comes to Dartmouth from Harvard.
Executive Vice President Richard G. Mills begins a series of conversations about the path ahead.
Interim Dean of the College Inge-Lise Ameer encourages all community members to read the report.
The professor and vice provost will oversee activities that support and advance academic excellence.
President Hanlon created the fellows program to expand Dartmouth’s intellectual community.
The appointment is a promotion for Wagner, who will also continue as vice president for finance.
The most important work is students’ “intellectual transformation,” said Provost Carolyn Dever.