April 19, 2004 Issue
Volume XXII, Issue 18
Understanding Rwanda as it really was
Close examination reveals greater complexity than previously thought
ARTS & SCIENCES
April 30 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late George R. Stibitz, former professor emeritus at Dartmouth Medical School and according to the National Inventors Hall of Fame, the father of modern computing.
- Learning center plans announced
Honoring its historic commitment to providing outstanding teaching, Dartmouth has announced plans to create the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning.
- Luxon to direct new center for learning
For all the great teaching resources available to the Dartmouth faculty, Associate Professor of English Thomas Luxon thinks something is still missing.
- Samwick named Rockefeller director
Andrew A. Samwick, Professor of Economics, has been appointed director of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center, effective July 1.
- Concert: Shoghaken Ensemble
- Sports: Men's lightweight crew
- Concert: Morimur
- Film: Big Fish
- Creativity from every angle
Creativity is not solely the province of the arts, as two upcoming panel discussions on creativity by artists, scientists and athletes will show.
- How do we define real success?
Sound finances, rewarding career, family, marriage, community service - what defines real success? On April 23, the sixth annual Tuck Work/Life Symposium will take place at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth to discuss the issue.
- GE's Jeffrey Immelt to speak at Dartmouth Entrepreneurship Conference
On Saturday, April 24, Jeffrey Immelt '78, Chairman and CEO of General Electric, will deliver the keynote address at Greener Ventures 2004, Dartmouth's annual one-day entrepreneurship conference.
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