Funded by Dorothy and Robert King ’57, the first three scholars matriculate at Dartmouth this fall.
Augustus Washington, who entered Dartmouth in 1843, used a daguerreotype camera to document history.
A camp started by Averil Spencer ’10 offers valuable lessons about leadership, health, and safety.
Dartmouth’s Jennifer Lind says Obama’s decision makes good sense for several key reasons.
Dartmouth Lecturer Claudia Anguiano researches how language influences the ongoing immigration debate.
President Emeritus James Wright discusses lessons from the conflict known as “the Forgotten War.”
A Dartmouth-led collaborative expedition yields cores with 1,000 years of Alaskan climate history.
The manuscripts offer insights into Chinese intellectual tradition, says Professor Sarah Allan.
The prototype is designed to help those displaced by the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
Geisel faculty members are helping train physicians and medical school faculty in Rwanda.