Volume XXIII, Issue 8
Uncovering Hidden hands
A team of Dartmouth researchers has developed a new computational tool to help authenticate works of art, specifically paintings, prints and drawings.
Major step in cancer battle
An international clinical trial directed by Diane Harper of the Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) and Dartmouth Medical School has shown promising results for a vaccine against the most common causes of cervical cancer.
Capital campaign launched
Three hundred alumni, parents and friends of Dartmouth gathered in New York on Saturday, Nov. 13, to launch the Campaign for the Dartmouth Experience, the most ambitious fundraising drive in the College's history.
Paley to be in residence
Novelist and poet Grace Paley will be in residence as a Montgomery Fellow during the winter term.
Out in the cold
More than 200 students participated in events in front of Robinson Hall on Nov. 18 as part of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
A not-for-credit evening mini-course, "Introductory Entrepreneurship," will be offered free of charge this winter to members of the Dartmouth community.
Murphy '04 wins Rhodes Scholarship
Tucker Murphy '04 has been awarded a Rhodes Scholarship for Bermuda. He said he hopes to study for a master of science degree in integrative bioscience at Oxford University in England.
Glidden '05 studies women's political participation
Dartmouth students have many opportunities to work closely with faculty members on independent research. In the government department alone, there are 11 students pursuing such projects, defining and analyzing specific issues that lead to the completion of a thesis.
Recognition for the Dartmouth faculty, staff and students
With your nose so bright
A reindeer-sized statue of Rudolph, complete with blinking red nose, will be on display at Rauner Library this holiday season.
WISP co-founder honored
MentorNet, the e-mentoring network for women in science and engineering, was named a Grand Prize winner in the nonprofit category of the Cisco Growing with Technology Awards 2004.
'Picturing Change' at the museum
A new exhibition at the Hood Museum of Art reveals the impact of ledger drawings on transformations in Native American pictorial arts from the mid-19th century to the present.
Noteboom '05 wins Marshall Scholarship
Dartmouth senior Peter W. Noteboom of Livingston, Mont., is among the winners of the highly competitive Marshall Scholarships for 2005.
United Way makes progress
The Dartmouth community is proving to be generous this year.
Last Updated: 12/17/08