Dartmouth seniors talk about some of the classes that have had a major impact on their lives.
The engineering professor ties “the fundamentals to real-world application,” says Thayer Dean Joseph Helble.
Scholarship, research opportunities, and experiential learning are among the president’s priorities.
President Hanlon discusses ideas for taking “this already great academic enterprise to new levels.”
A new NSF-funded Dartmouth-Clemson project will develop wearable computing for mobile-health.
Thayer’s PhD Innovation Program prepares students to build an enterprise based on technical innovation.
“Their support is a testament to the Feldbergs’ vision and commitment,” says President Phil Hanlon ’77.
A September 19 panel discussion opened Inauguration events with a focus on the value and future of the liberal arts.
A Thayer School summer program provided high school students with a hands-on engineering experience.
Dartmouth’s Tillman Gerngross is among the bioengineers developing new ways to engineer antibodies.