Volume XXV • Issue 2
The Sky Is Not the Limit
Robert Fesen, astronomy professor, proposes a "Hubble Junior" high-altitude airship.
Conversations with Kemeny
Reinventing Dartmouth: In John Kemeny's Words, an exhibition featuring documents and artifacts from his career at Dartmouth, on display at Rauner Special Collections Library.
To Honor and Preserve
Led by Rabbi Edward Boraz and Aine Donovan, students travel to a Ukrainian village to take part in the fifth iteration of Project Preservation.
New program created to honor K-12 teachers who were influential in the lives of Dartmouth students.
Million Dollar Prouty
The 25th Annual Prouty Bike Ride & Challenge Walk raises a record $1.2 million for cancer research and patient services.
What's New for Employees
Five employee programs, some new, are outlined.
Artificial Intelligence: Past, Present, and Future
AI@50 conference honored the past and assessed present accomplishments in the field of artificial intelligence.
Summer Enrichment at Dartmouth III held graduation on July 10.
Finding a Calling
The Alumni Stories Project showcases a variety of careers embraced by Dartmouth graduates.
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $19.5 million during May, including $5 million in new and competing awards.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.
DCAL Offers Active Learning Institute
A two-day active learning institute offered to help faculty develop purposeful applications of information technology to create effective learning environments.
Driving Your Financial Investment? Perhaps a License is Needed
Remarks by Annamaria Lusardi, professor of economics and Alberto Alesina, professor of economics at Harvard.
Big Apple Circus founder Paul Binder '63 is interviewed by New Hampshire Public Radio.
Lacrosse Hall of Fame for Harper, Weatherall '83
Josie Harper and Sandy Weatherall are among 10 inductees to the Class of 2006 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Last Updated: 12/17/08