“Dartmouth develops young scholars who can approach problems from multiple perspectives and who can work across fields of study,” says Dean of Graduate Studies Jon Kull.
Courtney Banghart ’00, MALS ’07 shared stories of leadership and life lessons learned along the way.
The working professionals have come here from almost every region in the country.
The five-year, $12.45 million grant supports an interdisciplinary project for junior faculty.
Thanks to funding from a National Institutes of Health (NIH) initiative, two talented undergraduate students from Xavier University of Louisiana, are in Hanover this summer to participate in Dartmouth’s Academic Summer Undergraduate Resource Experience (ASURE) program.
F. Jon Kull ’88 is dean of the first new school Dartmouth has established in over a century.
It seems no amount of weather apps, radar technology, or hotlines to the weather information service could keep up with the rapidly changing weather on Saturday, June 11 when the Office of Graduate Studies held the second Investiture ceremony.
Dartmouth scientists at work in Greenland offer readers at home a chance to follow along—virtually.
We are launching this school at a moment when the world’s challenges have grown too complex to solve within any single discipline.
The annual Graduate Poster Session provided an opportunity to learn about research conducted by 59 Dartmouth graduate students.
This fall, sound takes over Dartmouth College with large-scale commissions for an exhibition project featuring internationally renowned artists.
Do your hands get sweaty just thinking about interviewing for a job? Come learn effective ways to present yourself during an interview that will get you hired!
Gallery talk & reception: photographer & Arctic researcher Ilona Mettiäinen, Univ of Lapland, Finland, discusses her exhibit "Nanoq - Imag(in)ing Climate Change." Reception 4p
Join this discussion-based workshop to explore the first-ever installation of sound art on Dartmouth’s campus.
Science Pub is back at Salt hill pub in Lebanon at a later start time of 6pm. Come and find out how games can influence our actions and thoughts in real life and online.
Camillo Padoa Schioppa, PhD, Washington University School of Medicine