Volume XXV • Issue 8
Teacher of the Year
Paul Christesen '88 recognized by CASE for his outstanding work in undergraduate teaching and mentoring.
What Works for Back Pain
The Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial releases the first in a series of papers looking at the efficacy of common back surgery.
Montgomery Fellows Announced
Lucille Clifton, poet, historian, children's author, memorist, and professor and artistic directors of Pilobolus, a Dartmouth founded dance troupe, to be Montgomery Fellows.
Rauner Library Acquires Budd Schulberg '36 Papers
The collected papers of Budd Schulberg, Academy Award winner, purchased by Dartmouth.
Chalk Talk Lecture Series Available Online
Standout lecture series now available online.
Study Reveals How Plants Store Iron
A research team, led by Dartmouth biologists, addresses malnutrition and iron deficiency.
November Board of Trustees Meeting
The Board of Trustees met November 2 through 4, dedicating new buildings and discussing new facilities, among other topics.
Dartmouth United Way Update
Campaign has raised approximately 37 percent of this year's goal.
The Challenge of Polytrauma
Conference members discussed improved treatments for soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with multiple wounds.
Five Receive Dean of the College Service Awards
Four students and one faculty member honored at biannual awards celebration.
Dartmouth Skiway Marks 50 Years
The Skiway plans a series of events throughout the winter season to commemorate their 50th anniversary.
Tuck Study Analyzes Women in Corporate Leadership
Study helps explain why there are so few women CEOs in major U.S. companies.
Call for Seed Grant Proposals
Faculty and researchers invited to submit proposals for funding of research projects.
Graduate Students Convene at Dartmouth Summit
Ivy Summit Graduate Student Conference held in November.
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $5.1 million during October, including $2.7 million in new and competing awards.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff and students.
The Gift of Sight
Health Services donates ophthalmology equipment for use in Nicaragua.
Dartmouth Researchers Identify Gene that Enhances Muscle Performance
New finding could lead to treatment for muscle diseases, including helping the elderly and improving muscle performance and endurance in athletes.
Ken Burns WWII Documentary Screened at Hopkins Center
The first part of a seven-part series on WWII, produced by Ken Burns, received first public viewing at Dartmouth.
Free Entrepreneurship Course at Tuck
Evening winter term mini-course being offered.
Last Updated: 12/17/08