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July 25, 2005 Issue

Volume XXIV, Issue 2

Russ appointed Chief Investment Officer
David H. Russ has been appointed Chief Investment Officer, effective Aug. 1, 2005, succeeding Jonathan C. King.

Mid-air milestone
The ceremonial final beam for Kemeny Hall and the Haldeman Center was hoisted into place atop the tower of Kemeny Hall on Fri., July 15.

Dartmouth is "College with a Conscience"
Princeton Review salutes Dartmouth for commitment to service.

Norris Cotton Cancer Center cited as one of "America's Best"
For the fourth year in a row, NCCC at DHMC has been named one of the top 50 cancer facilities in the country by U.S. News & World Report.

A record year for the Prouty
Nearly 2,000 people took part in the 24th Annual Prouty Bike Ride & Fitness Walk on July 9.

SEAD takes root
Two SEAD alumni become members of Dartmouth's class of 2009.

Tuck Receives UPS Foundation grant
The Tuck School of Business has been awarded a $200,000 grant for the creation of a nonprofit track in the school's Business Bridge Program.

Dartmouth's Alumni College courses open to the Upper Valley community
Language and writing are highlighted at this year's Alumni College from Aug. 1-7.

In Memoriam
Meleia Willis-Starbuck

Class Acts
Faculty award winners reflect on teaching at Dartmouth.

Cast Away
Students in the FLIP fly fishing class practice their technique behind Thompson Arena on July 11.

Archiving in the digital age: how do we preserve our present for the future?
Jeffrey Horrell and Martin Wybourne discuss digital archiving.

Dartmouth to host conference on gender, Islam and Judaism
From Aug. 7-10, Dartmouth will host scholars from around the world in an exploration of feminist scholarship in Islamic and Judaic studies.

Mellon Fellow apppointed
Mark Hunter brings expertise in Africa and AIDS to geography department.

Robot Camp
The Girls Only Camp of Dartmouth's 2005 Summer Robotics Program for the Upper Valley Youth was held this July.

Of the people, by the people
Dartmouth Professor helps Southern Sudan establish democracy.

Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff and students.

Editor's Picks:

  • Performance: The Heidi Chronicles
  • Lecture: John Lyons, Commonwealth Professor of French at the University of Virginia and former Professor of French and Italian at Dartmouth.
  • Montgomery Lecture: Robert Dallek, a presidential historian and prolific author returns to campus as a Montgomery  Fellow.
  • Film: The Quick and the Dead

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