Dartmouth’s 77th Rhodes Scholar will study public policy at Oxford.
The alumnus’s story collection beat out a competitive field for one of America’s top literary prizes
The Kenya resident is the 76th Rhodes Scholar in Dartmouth’s history.
President Hanlon was named a fellow in the prestigious society last year and was sworn in this year.
The award will provide up to 10 years of funding for the microbiologist’s research.
The honorees will be recognized during the annual Alumni Awards Gala in October.
The historian’s lifelong exploration of slavery is honored for “reshaping our understanding of history.”
Kudos recognizes Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students who have received awards or other honors.
A sound installation designed by students in the Digital Musics Program was on display in Germany.
Fulbright and DAAD funding send Dartmouth graduates to Asia, Europe, and South America.