Dartmouth’s distinctive D-Plan includes a summer term on campus for all rising juniors, giving the entire class a chance to explore academics, service, and the outdoors.
Two recent Master of Arts in Liberal Studies graduates weigh in on the Supreme Court’s decision.
“Not much holds me back from new adventures,” says Julia Nordgren Med ’99.
The award will allow Jake Levine ’15 to spend a year teaching English in Medellin.
Peter Marra, PhD ’99, and a Smithsonian colleague use a tiny backpack to document birds’ travels.
Robots can perform surgery and build cars, but can they write a sonnet? The Neukom Institute wants to find out: http://t.co/mhIxMz2n4o
"The Flower,” the latest from Louise Erdrich '76, is a story of a symbiotic and cross-cultural relationship: http://t.co/RnNXxI84Sc
Tuck's Matt Slaughter in @washingtonpost on the #GreekCrisis: Reviving the drachma ... would create chaos in #Greece. http://t.co/DNYZCgn0v4
"No one really knows what will happen in global capital markets if Greece defaults."—Matthew Slaughter. http://t.co/IlciRibsbA #GreekCrisis
Do you like to bike, walk, row, golf, and give back to your community? Sign up for Grad Team for @TheProuty here: http://t.co/zbOLsSE6oO
Congrats to Teaching Award recipient, Olivia Kang! Watch out interview with Olivia here: https://t.co/J8QgQMJwHb
.@dartmouth’s Elliott Fisher recognized by @hfmaorg for leadership in advancing health care delivery science http://t.co/Ymc2aNmKkZ
Nice feature about why Geisel alum Dr. Julia Nordgren ’99 went to culinary school to help her patients https://t.co/2WmAHdOnh8