February 23, 2004 Issue
Volume XXII, Issue 15
Dartmouth celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Theodor Geisel '25
ARTS & SCIENCES
- Networking brain areas guide tool use
The uniquely human ability to use complex tools, such as controlling a toothbrush, maneuvering a pen to write a letter, or balancing a spoon to eat a bowl of soup, sets us apart from all other animals.
- Professors receive NEH fellowships
Dartmouth professors Julia Driver and John Watanabe have been selected as two out of 180 scholars nationwide to each receive a $40,000 fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
- WISP alum returns, delivers lecture
When the Women in Science Project (WISP) was established in 1990, Karen Daniels '94 was one of the first to take advantage of its research and faculty mentoring.
Book discussion on new art
The Hood Museum of Art will hold a book discussion about the book Art on the Edge and Over: Searching for Art's Meaning in Contemporary Society 1970s-1990s
Speaking of health
Television journalist and Chair of Dartmouth's Board of Trustees Susan Dentzer '77 will participate in two Dartmouth presentations.
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