Volume XXV • Issue 17
French, Ambros, and Pacala Elected to AAAS, NAS
Two faculty and one alumnus elected to the prestigious Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Sciences.
200 Years and Still Singing
The Handel Society, the nation's oldest town-gown choral society, celebrates its bicentennial.
Fulbright, DAAD Winners for 2007
Eight members of the Class of 2007 and three alumni received Fulbright and Deutscher Adadmischer Austach Dient awards.
New Funding Will Enhance Cyber Security Research
Dartmouth's Cyber Security Collaboration and Information Sharing Project receives $11.7 million funding increase.
Spielberg to Serve Second Term as Medical School Dean
Stephen P. Spielberg reappointed for a second four-year term effective July 1, 2007.
Dartmouth participates in Third Annual National Bike-Walk to Work Day
Last Chance to Vote
Alumni: let your voice be heard and cast your votes by May 15.
Hopkins Center Receives Grant for Class Divide Project
The HOP receives just over $90,000 for a multiyear, cross-campus/community programming initiative.
Research Finds Nutrition Is Key Factor in Food Chain Toxicity
Dartmouth scientists' results suggest a method to slow methylmercury in its passage up the food chain to fish.
Dartmouth Teaching Prize to Debut at Commencement
Four K-12 teachers to be honored at the first annual presentation of the Dartmouth Prize for Exceptional Teaching.
Dartmouth Celebrates Administrative Professionals
Dartmouth's administrative professionals enjoyed a reception and presentations in recognition of their contributions to the campus.
Tuck Conference Focuses on India
Event provides an opportunity for attendees to learn about doing business in India from both the Indian and American perspectives.
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $17.3 million during March, including $3.8 million in new and competing awards.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.
Streamlined Hiring Process Offers Flexibity
Human Resources responds to Administrative Working Group report on Hiring and Retention and revamps some of the hiring processes.
Voices Program to Bring Visiting Theater Artists to Campus
New program to produce an annual theater piece focusing on issues of particular relevance to Dartmouth's minority communities.
Last Updated: 12/17/08