Volume XXV • Issue 5
GlycoFi Makes Breakthrough
Biotech firm creates improved delivery method for protein-based therapies.
A Commitment to the Corps
Dartmouth recognized for record numbers of Peace Corps volunteers.
Seniors Have High Grades for Dartmouth
Class of 2006 senior survey shows almost 92 percent of respondents are satisfied with the overall quality of their undergraduate education.
A Better Community for All
United Way campaign kicks off October 11 with a goal of $265,000.
DMS Center Wins $12 Million Funding Renewal
The Center for Molecular, Cellular, and Translational Immunological Research one of 11 recipients of funding.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.
Three MacArthur Fellows Have Dartmouth Ties
Anna Schuleit, Jennifer Richeson, and John A. Rich are among 25 recipients of 2006 MacArthur Fellowships.
Employees and students encouraged to get, and are offered free, flu shots.
New Web Authorization System Increases Access
WebAuth service to replace Sidecar as the standard authentication method.
Big Green Bus returns to campus with recruitment in mind.
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $32.9 million during July and August, including $13.8 million in new and competing awards.
Visions of a Continent
The first major U.S. exhibition of art by indigenous women of Australia is on view at the Hood.
Braz Appointed Registrar
Meredith Horton Braz to assume Registrar position November 1.
EPA Selects Dartmouth as a "Best Workplace" for Commuters
The Environmental Protection Agency lists Dartmouth as one of New Hampshire's seven best workplaces for commuters.
"Love and Death" Connects Medicine and Poetry at Grand Rounds
October Grand Rounds to feature a presentation on the intersection of illness, caregiving, grief, and poetry.
Homecoming 2006 Offers Traditions Old and New
Homecoming Weekend opens Friday, October 13 with the Torchlight Parade.
Last Updated: 12/17/08