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July 26, 2004 Issue

Volume XXIII, Issue 2


  • Monitoring first responders
    Dartmouth researcher Sue McGrath met the right people at the right time last spring, and it led to the  chance to try out her remote medical monitoring equipment during an emergency responder workshop in mid  June.
  • Improving Kosovo's prenatal care
    Dartmouth Medical School will help expand health-care resources in Kosovo through a partnership to improve  the lives of mothers and babies in the city of Gjakova, Kosovo

Study says parental control pays
Children whose parents prevent them from watching R-rated movies have a much lower risk of taking up  smoking. That's the finding of research published in the July 6 issue of the journal Pediatrics.

What's real, what's phony?
"Seeing is no longer believing. Actually, what you see is largely irrelevant," says Hany Farid. He is  referring to the digital images that appear everywhere: in newspapers, on websites, in advertising, and in  business materials, for example.


  • Concert: Ju Percussion Group
    East meets West in the Ju Percussion Group from Taiwan. Saturday, Aug. 7.
  • Film: College
    Buster Keaton plays a bookish  freshman determined to win the popular girl, who favors athletes. Sunday,  Aug. 15.
  • Concert: Dave Samuels and The Caribbean Jazz Project
    A mix of tunes from Cuba, South America, Haiti and Brazil. Saturday, Aug. 21.
  • The high cost of cheap food
    The George Link Jr. Environmental Awareness Lecture, titled "Following the Food Chain: The High Price of  Cheap Food" by Michael Pollan, will take place on Tuesday, July 27
  • Care through the end of life
    As families and clinicians work together to care for patients in their final days, state laws can either  help or hinder their efforts.A free public policy forum on Tuesday, Aug. 3.
  • Memorial Service
    A memorial service for Christine Chevalier, Associate Vice President for Human Resources, will be held at  2 p.m. Friday, July 30, in Rollins Chapel.
  • Students curate exhibition of women photographers
    On view through Sept.19 at the Hood Museum of Art,  Looking Backward, Moving Forward: Women Photographers  in the Hood's Collection showcases the museum's commitment to giving students the opportunity to shape  acquisitions and exhibitions.
  • Luis Gispert/Loud Image
    The exhibition Luis Gispert/Loud Image is on view at the Hood Museum of Art until Sept, 19.


  • DHMC named 'Most Wired' in survey
    For the second year in a row, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) was named in July one of the top  communications-technology users in the nation.

Internet phones coming
This summer, Dartmouth Computing Services personnel will switch all faculty and staff members who have 646  exchanges from regular telephones to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).


  • Nature mimics industry
    Human-made chemical compounds called organohalogens get lots of attention, as they are best known for  their often harmful effect on the environment - substances like the CFCs, dioxin, PCBs and several  pesticides. Their naturally occurring cousins, however, don't get the recognition they deserve.

Research Awards
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $23.8 million during May, including $4.7 million in new and competing  awards.

Howard Dean visits
Former presidential candidate and Vermont Gov. Howard Dean lectured on July 10 in two undergraduate  courses. Dean's two-day visit also included scheduled office hours and a student dinner discussion on  women's issues.

Recent books by Dartmouth authors

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