A new DartmouthX course led by engineering Professor Vicki May offers a look at how engineers design bridges and other structures.
The alumnus has already won a National Book Award and a National Book Critics Circle Award for Redeployment.
The group aims, in part, to spread awareness of the northeast African countries the Nile runs through.
In her VPR commentary, Professor Colleen Glenney Boggs talks about the musicians on the Titanic.
Tuck Professor Vijay Govindarajan says G.E. CEO Jeffrey Immelt ’78 “will have totally remade G.E.”
Film and media prof. Jodie Mack talks to a student in the Book Arts Workshop as part of her course “Handmade Cinema.” http://t.co/u9cLzIPOZs
Prof. @MGleiser commemorates @AlbertEinstein's 100-year-old theory of relativity in his latest @npr13point7: http://t.co/BltahFuwm2
From Christine Hou T'15: How Tuck Helped Me Succeed in the #Nonprofit Sector. http://t.co/ly1zmWmvmS #MBA #bschool
Tuck's annual #Military Visit Day is May 4. Register to visit a class, learn about #MBA admissions + more; http://t.co/OS1pmCeMvM.
April 27 – 30 @NHMS! https://t.co/Iwm3TMhxZY
Special guest @Dartmouth #engineering professor Mary Albert: "Ice Cores, #Climate, and Your Wallet" #internships https://t.co/DMqFjlMByW
Hanover is such a beautiful place... https://t.co/iBDSdwe6gx
Early use of palliative care in cancer improves patients' lives, outcomes for caregivers. via @CancerDartmouth http://t.co/HXdjuZGRso