Volume XXV • Issue 1
Trustees Expand Nondiscrimination Policy
The Dartmouth Board of Trustees June 8 - 11 meeting in Hanover expanded policy, approved budgets, and reelected three members.
All Together Now
The Class of 2006 achieves 73 percent class participation and breaks the record for participation rates for donations to the senior class gift.
Granger to Lead Neukom Institute
Richard Granger, Jr. named first director of the Neukom Institute for Computational Science.
Two Graduate Programs Win Federal Grants
U.S. Department of Education awards grants to support graduate training in chemistry and in an interdisciplinary program in nanotechnology.
Artificial Intelligence Turns 50
Dartmouth commemorates the golden anniversary of the field of artificial intelligence.
Big Green Send-Off
The Big Green Bus takes off for a 10-week, 45-stop environmental education tour.
Fortune 500 executives report they need better tools to gauge the benefits of cyber security.
NovART with a Purpose
Visitors from Dillard University, and others, view NovArt display in Baker-Berry library.
Outstanding in Their Fields
Graduate student awards recognize achievement.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.
College Receives $1.5 Million for Undergraduate Science Initiatives
The award, from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Undergraduate Science Education program, will provide funding for four major initiatives.
Dartmouth Researchers Discover new Defect in Artery Growth
Discovery could change the nature of vascular biology research that seeks to harness the mechanisms of blood vessel growth for treatment.
25 Years for the Prouty
Prouty Century Bike Ride and Challenge Walk seeks to raise $1 million this year.
No Horsing Around
Dartmouth alumnus performs surgery on Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro.
Digital Humanities Chair Will Address Emerging Field
New position is one of two Distinguished Professorships in Emerging Fields in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Dartmouth-Sponsored Awards Support Range of Alumni Projects
Awards support alumni in research and study endeavors in the United States and abroad.
A Bridge Between Medicine and Art
Dartmouth Medical School students visit the Hood Museum of Art to hone their observation skills.
Last Updated: 12/17/08