Meet the 2012 Student Marshals, chosen by their classmates for the honor of leading them in the academic procession to the Commencement ceremony.
The Geisel School of Medicine is named in honor of Dartmouth philanthropists Audrey and Theodor Geisel.
Theodor Geisel, Class of 1925, was known worldwide as the author and illustrator “Dr. Seuss.” The Geisel family is the most significant philanthropist to Dartmouth in its history.
Dartmouth Medical School Professor Ira Byock discusses his mission to help transform end-of-life care.
The innovative ideas and proposals that are developed in Dartmouth’s strategic planning effort will emerge from faculty members and others serving on working groups.
Meyer has been named the senior associate dean for clinical affairs and the first holder of the Paul B. Batalden Chair in Health Care Leadership Improvement.
Dartmouth Medical School Professor Richard Freeman discusses the facts about organ donation.
Dartmouth has welcomed an outstanding group of 29 new tenured and tenure-track scholars to the faculties of the arts and sciences and the professional schools.
The public lecture series will teach participants how to personalize their healthcare needs.
Mobile technologies hold promise for transforming schizophrenia research and treatment.