Learning By Doing
Students enrolled in a global policy leadership practicum talk about combining a semester of studying economic policy with a two-week trip to India to learn about implementing reforms on the ground.
The government professors discuss foreign policy as guests on Uncommon Knowledge With Peter Robinson.
VPR highlights the life and career of the pioneering cell biologist, a member of the Class of 1907.
Professor Marcelo Gleiser pays tribute to the renowned neurologist and writer Oliver Sacks.
“Most Jews in the West don’t need his protection,” says Visiting Professor Bernard Avishai.
Today is the birthday of Theodor "Seuss" Geisel, Class of 1925, and that got us thinking about cats in hats. http://t.co/Z67D1MUzHO
#GoBigGreen! RT @LaxBuzz: Notre Dame @NDlacrosse Men host @DartmouthMLax on Feb 28. Live coverage on on @espn http://t.co/dssCYJVCsQ
RT @Dartmouth_MIH: It's a Hockey Day in Hanover! Dartmouth and Princeton meet tonight at Thompson at 7 PM! http://t.co/di0l9qNuX1
Join #TuckSchool students for coffee when they're in your hometown during Spring Break. Register; http://t.co/QyI8VD7BkF. #MBA
Tuck prof Aine Donovan argues that salaries should not be a forbidden topic in the workplace. Via @vprnet: http://t.co/E1HFiIuBbD #Vermont
Congrats to @UdaiKaura who is winner of best group photo taken at Tuck #BSC2015. Udai wins $50 to @TheBoxFoodTruck! http://t.co/Ar6fvbmIgI
Join us March 4, 12 pm ET, for a live chat on Tuck's FB page w/ Tuck CDO director Jon Masland. http://t.co/39l28ZtDgk #MBA #bschool #careers
Thayer Design Fellow Chris Magoon '13 Th'14 shows off his talents as videographer and pan-tilt jib designer http://t.co/SJ6sOUnOCf
Today & tomorrow with Professor Mark Borsuk: Scenarios to Simulation http://t.co/j6ODdsq5wu @NSF @HarvardForest #landuse #sustainability
DCAL's "Morning Cup of Science" on February 18th taught the importance of improvisation for communicating science. http://t.co/nUPwEpFoxP
The Graduate Forum interviews MALS student, Mariah Williams: http://t.co/uVxGK1sAMD
Samir Soneji, PhD finds U.S spends more on #cancer, saves fewer lives than Western Europe http://t.co/rFEqTJJOft @CancerDartmouth
Happy 111th birthday to Ted "Dr. Seuss" Geisel! http://t.co/BIEJLhhvBw
.@Dartmouth's @TimLaheyMD on what has changed since first #HIV test was approved 30 yr ago http://t.co/Wvdqm3w4Mf via @US_conversation