Acronym, the Dartmouth Environmental Network;
Founded in 1989 as a loosely-knit alumni group to promote awareness
of environmental issues and professional opportunities;
Reformulated in 2000 to inform the Dartmouth Community about
developments in ecological technology, process, and thought.
the resources of the network to bring in experts from industry,
research, and nonprofit sectors for campus workshops, DEN initiates
dialogue on practical ecological innovations. In doing so, DEN helps
to inform the decision making process on issues related to the College's
commitment to ecological stewardship. Example: Green
Residence Halls: Planning and Process forum, October 2000.
is proud of the steps that it has taken to increase its on
campus involvement. Working intimately with a host of student
groups, DEN seeks to improve the planning and scope of student initiatives
by leveraging the resources of the network. These steps, in conjunction
with its membership directory, campus career panels, and quarterly
newsletter, give DEN a solid foundation from which to promote environmental
excellence at Dartmouth.