Sa’adah has shifted her political science skills from Europe to her parents’ homeland of Lebanon for a fresh perspective on the regional turmoil.
The D-Plan offers student-athletes a chance for an international education.
Whether they are leading foreign study or doing field work, Dartmouth professors deepen their expertise around the world.
Lisbeth Labrada ’13 gained experience working in a clinic that provides services ranging from infant care to diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis and malaria.
To be true citizens of the world, it is no longer just a matter of where students and faculty have been, but also of what they know.
Dartmouth received a record $171.5 million in total philanthropic support this year, and set four individual fund records, as well.
Dartmouth maintains a 53-mile section of the AT, and has always had a strong relationship with the 2,180-mile trail that runs through campus
Professor Jeff Ruoff is leading the first group of 12 students on a new film studies program in the Scottish capital.
Dartmouth faculty members have been recognized for outstanding achievement in research, teaching, and mentoring for 2012.
The New York Times journalist spoke as part of the “Leading Voices In U.S. Foreign Policy” lecture series