December 1, 2003 Issue
Volume XXII, Issue 11
ARTS & SCIENCES
- Bias taxes the mind
A new Dartmouth study reveals that interracial contact has a profound impact on a person's attention and performance.
- Petitto addresses Vatican academy
Professor Laura Ann Petitto was asked to participate in festivities as the Pontifical Academy of Sciences of Vatican City celebrated its 400-year anniversary.
- Discovery may aid medical research
A new protein discovery sheds light on how chemical information is transported within cells.
- 'Round the girdled earth they study
Dartmouth ranked first among its peers and first among Ivy League institutions in student study-abroad participation, in a report released Nov. 17.
- N.H. leadership award goes to Hui
Daniel Hui '05 recently won the Student Leader award for the state of New Hampshire from the National Association of Campus Activities.
- Senior tracks water patterns in Peru
Geography, geology, anthropology: three fields that interested Dartmouth senior Rebecca Manners as an undergraduate. But when she had to choose a topic for her senior thesis, the choice was easy - all three.
DARTMOUTH MEDICAL SCHOOL
HOOD MUSEUM OF ART
- Research Awards
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $7.8 million during October, including $5 million in new awards and competing awards.
< Previous Issue | Next Issue >