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Coeducation at Dartmouth
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Hanover, NH
Phone: (603) 646-xxxx
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Email: coeducation@Dartmouth.EDU

Upcoming Events

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Upcoming Events

Polar Science IGERT Graduate Students

May 15, 2013
3:30 pm, Room 105, Dartmouth Hall

Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling

May 15, 2013
4:15 pm,Room 105, Dartmouth Hall



Yo-Yo Ma meets with women from Kappa Kappa Gamma

Members of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority visit with Grammy-award winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma. (photo by Rob Strong '04)

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Thirteenth Annual Stonewall Lecture

Dean Spade, Associate Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law

4:15 pm
Carpenter 13

Panel: "Science is a Girl Thing"

3:30 pm
Room 105, Dartmouth Hall

Polar Science IGERT Graduate Students on their "Science: It's a Girl Thing" video. Read more about the video here.

"From Babies to Gender Identity"

Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling, Nancy Duke Lewis Professor of Biology and Gender Studies in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology and Biochemistry at Brown University

4:15 pm
Room 105, Dartmouth Hall

"The New Religious Intolerance: Overcoming the Politics of Fear"

Dr. Martha Nussbaum, Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, University of Chicago Law School

3:15 pm
Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall

22nd Annual Karen E. Wetterhahn Science Symposium

4:00 pm - keynote address by Terry Plank '85
5:00-7:00 pm - poster session
Location TBA

Dartmouth College celebrates undergraduate scientific research on campus each May with a science poster symposium named for the late Karen E.Wetterhahn, Professor of Chemistry and co-founder of the Women In Science Project (WISP). This notable campus event draws hundreds of people to talk with student researchers about the work that excites them. Undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, administrators, high schools and the general public come to hear the keynote speaker and browse the poster session.

All undergraduates, whether part of an organized research program, such as HHMI Scholars or Presidential Scholars, or those doing an independent research study, are invited to prepare and exhibit a scientific poster. All poster participants must register.

Last Updated: 5/8/13