Jonathan Winter joins the geography department as a specialist in climate change and agriculture.
Sharlene Mollett says the next Venezuelan leader must keep poverty on the agenda in Latin America.
Dartmouth professors are using a National Science Foundation grant to study long-term effects of Tropical Storm Irene, particularly in areas of stream channel erosion.
Dartmouth researchers are studying stream channel erosion due to Tropical Storm Irene to assess the potential of future storm related flooding hazards.
Segregation and diversity in major U.S. cities is occurring at the same time, in the same place, says Professor Richard Wright
In a Dartmouth Now video interview, Professor Richard Wright says highly diverse neighborhoods are still rare and African American neighborhoods remain largely segregated.
The achievements and aspirations of Dartmouth students have brought them prestigious scholarship support from the Truman, Udall, and Goldwater foundations.
Using a new investigative methodology, Dartmouth researchers have found and tracked radioactive iodine in New Hampshire from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.
Emma Smith ’13, an anti-genocide activist with special concern for Sudan, has been awarded a prestigious grant to support her graduate studies after Dartmouth.
Anise Vance ’11 will study religious segregation and issues of religious identity while he pursues an MA in geography at Queen’s University Belfast.