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Committees & Initiatives

Committees

At the end of 2016, a Working Group of faculty drawn from across the sciences presented a report that summarized the state of scientific research and education at Dartmouth, and made a series of specific recommendations. Interim Provost David Kotz recently shared the report and a summary of progress made over the past year. More information is available online here.

The Councils of the General Faculty provide a forum for deliberation on matters of policy affecting the entire institution. They serve in a continuing advisory capacity to the President, the Provost and Board of Trustees, and report annually to the General Faculty. The President will appoint chairs of Councils normally from among the members who are not ex officio.  More information is available online here

  • Immigration Working Group

The purpose of the Immigration Working Group is to share information, provide communication and resources, and identify needs of Dartmouth students, faculty and staff in the face of changing federal policies regarding immigration-related matters. Any issues or questions identified by this group that require policy decisions will be conveyed to leaders of the relevant areas of Dartmouth.

Working Group Chairs: Lisa V. Adams, Director of Global Initiatives and Susan Ellison, Director of the Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS).

A study group will make recommendations on the future of the Hovey murals, four painted scenes that became controversial for their depiction of Native Americans, of women, and, more generally, of the origins of the College's founding.

The group's co-chairs are Juliette Bianco '94, deputy director of the Hood Museum, and Bruce Duthu '80, professor of Native American studies.

The University Press of New England (UPNE) will shut down by the end of the calendar year, ending the publishing consortium that has for the last two years been run by Dartmouth College and Brandeis University. A Dartmouth faculty study group will be appointed to consider whether and how the Dartmouth press should move forward.

A Dartmouth faculty study group, to be led by Graziella Parati, the Paul D. Paganucci Professor of Italian Language and Literature.

Initiatives

As a pillar of President Hanlon's academic vision for Dartmouth, the Academic Cluster Initiative will extend Dartmouth's impact on the world through interdisciplinary faculty teams who collaborate at the leading edge of discovery.

Founded in 2014, under the leadership of President Philip Hanlon, the Society of Fellows—comprising Faculty Fellows, Postdoctoral Fellows, and Visiting Fellows—aims to foster intellectual and interdisciplinary community, and the integration of research with teaching excellence. The Society is administered by a Faculty Director, a Program Administrator, and Faculty Fellows, who recommend the appointment of Postdoctoral Society Fellows and Visiting Fellows.

Through these six initiatives, we affirm our commitment to fostering a culture of inclusion across Dartmouth. 

  • Faculty Development & Diversity

The Office of the Provost offers a number of resources to support faculty in their development throughout their careers. Below you'll find information about select funding opportunities, upcoming workshops and events, and resources to strengthen faculty scholarship and teaching. We also offer information and resources for departments to help them recruit diverse and talented candidates to Dartmouth.

  • Take a Professor to Lunch Program

The Take a Professor to Lunch program is a long-standing donor-funded program administered by Student Affairs through the Undergraduate Deans Office. We are grateful for the support of Gerry Kaminsky '61 whose generous gifts have made this program possible.

 

Last Updated: 5/30/18