Research News

Professor Jon Freeman, left, discusses the ramifications of the MouseTracker study with Postdoctoral Researcher Eric Hehman, lead author on the report. A depiction of the software in action is seen on the monitor in the center of the photo. (Photo by Eli Burakian '00)A Dartmouth-led study finds that feminine features tend to win votes for female politicians.
With the guidance of her adviser, Professor Esmé Thompson, left, Melinda Marlén Agron ’14 delves into innovative approaches to architectural spaces. (Photo by Eli Burakian '00)Undergraduate research offers students opportunities to explore the nature of art creation.
vanputten-tnComing up: Undergraduate research symposium, ISTS lecture, Book Arts Workshop, and more.
Liliana Ma and her adviser, Professor Jay BuckeyUndergraduate research supports applying multimedia technology to addressing psychosocial problems.
celeste-richard-carouselFor her senior thesis, the geography major researched the struggles of black communities in Atlanta.
The New YorkerDartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan and fellow researchers investigate ways to change long-held beliefs.
Live Science"The Arctic is really changing,” says Dartmouth doctoral student Kaitlin Keegan.
Greenland Ice SurfaceA Dartmouth-led study explains the melting of the Greenland ice sheet in 1889 and 2012.
Undergraduate research week highlightsDartmouth's celebration of undergraduate engagement outside the classroom takes place every May.
The Washington PostA Dartmouth study shows that the more feminine a woman looks, the better she’ll do at the polls.