The third annual event will explore creativity in STEM with the guidance of leading scientists.
The new members include alumni from varsity sports, former Big Green coaches, and honorary inductees.
A student string quartet will participate in a master class with the Emerson Quartet’s violist.
Scholars gather to consider the past, present, and future of a touchstone of humanities education.
The College will start the weeklong celebration with a community “apple crunch” on the Green.
Executive Vice President Richard G. Mills begins a series of conversations about the path ahead.
The most important work is students’ “intellectual transformation,” said Provost Carolyn Dever.
Student assembly president will also address the gathering, which will mark Dartmouth’s 245th year.
Theater professionals will present six works-in-progress during a three-week residency at Dartmouth.
Summer Term’s Family Weekend, July 25-27, promises to be entertaining and enlightening.