March 8, 2004 Issue
Volume XXII, Issue 16
Fill 'er up with ... biomass?
A Dartmouth engineering professor is one of the leaders of a national project to explore the practicality of switching from traditional sources of energy to renewable sources.
- Library enhances digital features
In response to user needs, the Dartmouth College Library has expanded and enhanced its digital component in recent months.
- Funds pledged for Kemeny Hall
The trustees of the Kresge Foundation have awarded Dartmouth a $1 million challenge grant to support construction of Kemeny Hall, which will house the mathematics department and honor former president John G. Kemeny.
- Shuttle service to be enhanced
As the College builds the Engineering Sciences Center (ESC) on the south side of Cummings Hall this spring, parking will be reduced in the area, and shuttle service will be enhanced to accommodate the needs of commuters who must park farther away from their offices or classes.
In Australian Aboriginal societies the epic narratives of "the Dreaming," the genesis of land and humanity, comprise the most powerful means of organizing and understanding the significance of place and people.
Award nominations due
Nominations for the 2005 Social Justice Awards, part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, are due on Wednesday, March 31.
ARTS & SCIENCES
- Faculty exhibit work in New York City
Two lecturers in the studio art department, Gerald Auten and Enrico Riley, have been selected for inclusion with 30 other artists in the American Academy of Arts and Letters Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture from Monday, March 8, to Sunday, April 4, in New York City.
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