The former DMS dean and current director of Dartmouth’s Center of Biomedical Research Excellence in Immunology will receive the AAI’s Distinguished Service Award.
The reigning virtuoso on the ancient four-stringed, lute-like pipa, Wu Man’s time at Dartmouth includes a January 27 performance.
Art meets neuroscience this week at Dartmouth, with the Everett Dance Theatre’s world premiere of Brain Storm at the Hopkins Center and related public events.
Dartmouth at War gathers memoirs, photos, and maps from more than 100 members of the class who served in WWII.
The “Sovereignty, Indigeneity, and the Law” issue of South Atlantic Quarterly, won the 2011 Best Special Issue Award given by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.
At Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, all-comers hockey builds on the school’s time-honored traditions of teamwork and community.
Solomon Diamond, assistant professor of engineering, and his research team at Thayer School of Engineering have prototyped an instrument to measure brain health.
The Hop presents the 2011 “Christmas Revels: An Elizabethan Celebration Of The Winter Solstice.” Revels events begin at Dartmouth December 11; the show opens December 15.
The group presents a dazzling repertoire encompassing a range of spiritual traditions on December 7 and 8 in Rollins Chapel.
Following their regional title, the Ethics Team sets its sights on a national championship at the Intercollegiate National Ethics Bowl Competition, scheduled for March.