Volume XXV • Issue 3
Waite-Franzen Appointed Vice President for Information Technology
Ellen J. Waite-Franzen to lead Dartmouth's computing services as the new vice president for information technology.
This Old Cabin
You can hear the hum of chainsaws these days hiking through the lush meadows and deep woods on Moose Mountain.
Juan Carlos Navarro '83 to Speak at Convocation
Mayor of Panama City, Panama, Navarro will deliver remarks at Dartmouth’s 2006 Convocation on Tuesday, September 19. Officially opening Dartmouth’s 237th year, the Convocation activities will begin at 11 a.m. in the Berry Sports Center’s Leede Arena.
Faculty Recognized for Extraordinary Teaching, Research, and Mentoring
Twelve faculty members were honored for their scholarship, classroom success, and one-on-one work with students.
Dartmouth and UNH Awarded Grant to Share Environmental Health and Safety Resources
The institutions received funding to support a cooperative network of colleges and universities called The New Hampshire College and University Compliance Assistance Cooperative.
Redesigned Dartmouth Home Page Goes Live August 30
The Home Team is set to launch the revised home page, the result of nearly eight months' work.
A Little off the Sides
Hood Museum of Art collects hair donations for a site-specific installation by Chinese artist Wenda Gu.
Fall for Dartmouth
Upcoming alumni events on campus
Inaugural Humanitarian Health Conference
Experts to gather at DMS to discuss better ways to respond to complex emergencies.
In the Spotlight: New Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Part three of the profiles spotlighting members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences who have recently joined the community.
Fourth Annual Support Staff Conference to be Held September 7
This year's conference will focus on developing good business communication skills, managing emotions, and thriving under pressure.
Robots 'R Us
The Summer Robotics Program for Upper Valley Youth was held in July.
The Saw Stops Here
A new table saw, with sensory safety features, makes its debut in the Woodworking Shop.
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $37.3 million during June, including $12.3 million in new and competing awards.
"Both Alike in Dignity"
Education Professor Andrew Garrod works with students in war-torn Bosnia-Hercegovina with a production of Romeo and Juliet.
Members of the hip-hop dance troupe SHEBA perform a "Random Act of Art."
Recognition of Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.
From Idea to Enterprise
The Dartmouth Regional Technology Center is set to open for business in September.
Secrets of the Heart: Recent Graduate Stays to Pursue AHA Study
Diana Geisser '06 was awarded one of only six fellowships from the American Heart Association's Northeast Summer Student Fellowship Research Program.
Last Updated: 12/17/08