Volume XXIV • Issue 15
Shadows and Light
In honor of Rembrandt's 400th birthday this year, the Hood Museum of Art will host an exhibition featuring Rembrandt as printmaker.
A Capitol Experience
Rockefeller Center's Policy Research Shop sends three students to Concord and Montpelier to present findings on their report on renewable energy portfolios.
President Wright on Minority Entrepreneurs
President Wright one of three college and university presidents at a National Policy Forum on Minority Entrepreneurship Education.
National Awards Recognize Undergraduate Achievements
Eight students honored with national awards honoring their scholarly achievements.
Memorial Service for James O. Freedman
Memorial service for President Emeritus James O. Freedman to be held Monday, May 15.
Thoroughly Modern Cities
International conference to examine modernity as it has formed and transformed urban life.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.
Undergraduate Research Honored by Beckman Award
Dartmouth one of 13 colleges and universities to receive research scholarships for students.
Three Times a Charm
Figure skating team wins third straight victory at the U.S. Intercollegiate Team Skating Championships.
Farid Wins Guggenheim Fellowship
Associate Professor of Computer Science awarded fellowship to support his work in digital image forensics.
At the Dickey Center: Different Takes on Terrorism, Security
Chase Peace Prize recognizes Cortelyou Kenney '05 for senior thesis.
Ambassador Ken Yalowitz moderates panel discussion on "Women in Security."
Ladies and Gentlemen: Start Your Hybrid Engines
Thayer School students and faculty design and build a formula race car.
Note to Denmark: Don't Change a Thing
Remarks by John Campbell, the Class of 1925 Professor of Sociology to the Denmark Globalization Council.
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Last Updated: 12/17/08