Leslie Center for the Humanities
The Leslie Center promotes and sustains research in the humanities and related disciplines through events, workshops, and grants. Find out more about the work of the center.
If the U.S. were to opt out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, writes Professor Douglas Irwin, “it would forgo an opportunity to shape the rules of international trade in the 21st century.”
Dartmouth’s Nathaniel Dominy, a professor of anthropology, and Samuel Gochman ’18 collaborated on a study that found certain primates—the aye-aye and the slow loris—have a taste for alcohol.
The alumnus took over this month as Lesley University’s sixth president, succeeding the retiring Joseph Moore, who had been president for nine years, reports Wicked Local Cambridge.
“Most of us don’t get hired into the tech industry. So instead of putting in the effort to look for us, Facebook is ignoring the fact that we even exist,” writes Kaya Thomas ’17 in an opinion piece.
Interested in studying the arts at #Dartmouth? Take a virtual tour of the @HopkinsCenter and learn more today: https://t.co/Y45H05lhyF
"Evangelicals should examine candidates, not convert them" writes professor Randall Balmer: https://t.co/3xVcCmOTYm
Ten retiring faculty members share their fond memories from teaching at #Dartmouth and what their futures hold: https://t.co/mYsqLSE7ty
New research by @GeiselMed professors H. Gilbert Welch and Douglas Robertson finds a decline in colon cancer deaths: https://t.co/b9arWqK8LX
Opioid contracts, meant to curb #addiction can harm patients says @TimLaheyMD https://t.co/iroQW7csCP via @statnews #opioidepidemic