A Showcase for Talents
Each term during the 2012-13 school year, mini-grants support student projects such as a theater production, an orchestral recital, and a dance workshop. The grants are supported by the Year of the Arts and the Dartmouth Centers Forum.
Renowned printmaker Amos Kennedy visited campus to talk about his work and engage students and others in Dartmouth’s Letterpress Studio. He also met with students and participated in a symposium on poverty.
At the annual Student Forum on Global Learning, more than 35 students presented their research and shared what they’d learned abroad. Among the experiences: researching Chilean corporations and starting a farming project to provide food for children in Swaziland.
Former N.H. Gov. John Lynch is the inaugural Perkins Bass Distinguished Visitor at the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for the 2012-13 academic year. Lynch joins the Dartmouth community to engage students and faculty in a conversation about issues affecting society today
Assisted by a seniors honor student and a graduate student, two Dartmouth professors are studying stream-system damage left in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene, which swept through Vermont in August 2011. The research on stream channel erosion may help in predicting and planning for future storm damage.
The cycle of learning—discovery, dissemination, and implementation—occurs at Dartmouth as in few other places in the world. Through person-to-person teaching and opportunities to create and apply knowledge on campus and across the globe, Dartmouth instills a love of learning among its students and empowers them for a lifetime of leadership.
Dartmouth has 29 undergraduate academic departments and 10 academic programs divided into four divisions: the humanities, the sciences, the social sciences, and interdisciplinary programs.
Founded in 1797, Geisel School of Medicine is the nation's fourth-oldest medical school.
Founded in 1867, Thayer School comprises both the undergraduate Department of Engineering Sciences and a professional school with degrees through the doctorate.
Established in 1900 as the first graduate school of management, Tuck School awards the master of business administration degree.
In Dartmouth's Graduate Studies, students and faculty work together in highly interactive groups to master their disciplines and pursue research at the frontier of knowledge.