The postdoctoral candidate explains how improvisational acting translates to his work as a scientist.
The colloquium provides graduate students with pertinent perspectives on climate and environment policy.
A Canadian bear expert provides training to Arctic-bound Dartmouth scientists.
Dartmouth faculty explain the science behind the sights of the aurora borealis.
Fellows in Dartmouth’s IGERT program in polar environmental change emphasize science communication.
A video by Dartmouth students triggered discussions about women in science in The New York Times and The Boston Globe, and prompted a response from the European Commission.
A video created by graduate students in Dartmouth’s IGERT program polar environmental change is garnering national media attention.
In response to a controversial video, Dartmouth PhD students doing research in Greenland decided to make a video that would give an authentic picture of women scientists at work.
Dartmouth IGERT is a graduate program that brings together scientists from various departments to support Arctic research.
Graduate students from the Dickey Center’s Institute of Arctic Studies’ IGERT program are studying polar environmental change in a field seminar in Greenland