Dartmouth’s Lisa Schwartz and Steve Woloshin developed a way to help people assess pharmaceuticals.
Tuck’s Rafael La Porta takes a look at how informal businesses fit into the modern economy.
There are “unrealistic expectations placed on the chief executive,” writes Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan.
Professor Mary Flanagan says video games have gotten an “unfair rap.”
Research by Dartmouth’s Donna Coch has found that students are still learning to read beyond fourth grade.
Thayer’s Vicki May seeks students who are hard working, creative, and able to learn from failure.
The annual international gathering has drawn faculty, post-docs, and graduate students since 1997.
In the new rankings, Dartmouth is 17th for value and affordability and third for net price.
Associate Professor Donna Coch’s research contradicts the theory of the fourth-grade reading shift.
Geisel’s William Hudenko lists top board games for strengthening executive-function skills.