Volume XXV • Issue 11
Tuck graduate recognized as Ebony Young Leader
Ramsey Jay Jr., Tuck '05, has been named as one of Thirty Young Leaders Under 30 by Ebony magazine.
Tribal Sovereignty in Action
Navajo Supreme Court to hear oral arguments at Dartmouth
The Winds of Change
Researchers learn that North America's wind patterns have shifted significantly in the past 30,000 years.
Administrative Working Groups Recommend Changes
Three working groups issue recommendations based on information collected by McKinsey & Co.
Graduate Student Nets Prominent Journal Cover Story
Salmon are well-traveled creatures. Hatched in freshwater streams, they migrate to sea and swim home to their birthplace to spawn.
Jewish and Islamic Studies Scholars to Meet at Conference
Scholars to converge on Dartmouth to take part in Transnational Migrations of Identity: Jews, Muslims and the Modernity Debate.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.
Dartmouth Earns High Marks for Sustainability
Sustainable Endowments Institute issues report cards on environmentally sound activities.
Markets and Immigration
Economics professor's research outlines how recent immigration to the United Kingdom impacts its economy.
Sister to Sister
Conference for Upper Valley middle-school girls, organized by Dartmouth students.
Improving Humanitarian Disaster Response
Report discusses the challenge of responding promptly, efficiently, and humanly when disasters occur.
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $6.4 million during December.
Big Green Bookshelf
Recent books by Dartmouth authors.
Finding Patterns in a Deluge of Data
Researchers say Process Query Systems are best approach to make sense of volumes of data.
New Bus Route Broadens Commuting Options
Expanded commuter bus service now available on the River Route.
Last Updated: 12/17/08