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Adventures in Archaeology Professor of Anthropology Deborah Nichols’ approach to education transcends the classroom. “For most students, college offers the first opportunity to take courses about archaeology,” she says. “For some, doing archaeology in the field will be a transformative experience. They learn to dig with trowels, toothbrushes, and lasers while having a legitimate excuse to get dirty.”
Adventures in Archaeology Professor of Anthropology Deborah Nichols’ approach to education transcends the classroom. “For most students, college offers the first opportunity to take courses about archaeology,” she says. “For some, doing archaeology in the field will be a transformative experience. They learn to dig with trowels, toothbrushes, and lasers while having a legitimate excuse to get dirty.”
Adventures in Archaeology Professor of Anthropology Deborah Nichols’ approach to education transcends the classroom. “For most students, college offers the first opportunity to take courses about archaeology,” she says. “For some, doing archaeology in the field will be a transformative experience. They learn to dig with trowels, toothbrushes, and lasers, while having a legitimate excuse to get dirty.”
A $10-million, five-year federal grant will fund research on health and medical information security.
Dartmouth’s Lisa Schwartz and Steven Woloshin question the motives behind a “Low T” campaign.
Economics Professor Joshua Schwartzstein is studying the trade-offs of medical co-pays.
The preserved landscapes “might even be a million years old,” says Dartmouth’s Lee Corbett.
All energy resources, including wood, are imperfect, says Professor Andrew Friedland.
A new report on arsenic in rice products builds on research by Dartmouth scientists.
Dartmouth’s Michael Cox has won an award named after the Nobel Prize winner, who was his mentor.