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April 28, 2008 Issue

Volume XXVI • Issue 16

In Forums and Meetings, Trustees Hear the Community’s Hopes for the College’s Next President
Trustees Ed Haldeman ’70 and Al Mulley ’70 hosted a series of public meetings April 14 and 15 on the search for Dartmouth’s next president.

Liberia's President to Speak at Commencement
Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, president of Liberia, will deliver the main address at Dartmouth’s 2008 Commencement exercises.

Dartmouth Artist Named Guggenheim Fellow
Enrico Riley ’95, senior lecturer in studio art, has been awarded a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

Cast Your Ballot
The candidates for the annual election of Dartmouth Association of Alumni officers and Executive Committee members have been announced.

Thayer School Joins Effort to Treat War Wounded
Thayer School of Engineering has been awarded a place in the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine

Modern Technology, Ancient Sites
Professor and Chair of Classics Roger Ulrich ’77 has used support from a computing technology venture fund to create “virtual” three-dimensional images for his students.

Sateia to Lead Institutional Diversity and Equity
President James Wright has appointed Holly Sateia, MALS ’82, vice president for Institutional Diversity and Equity.

I3P Transfers Cyber Security Collection to Naval Postgraduate School
Dartmouth’s Institute for Information Infrastructure (I3P) recently transferred responsibility for its cyber security library to the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Center for Homeland Defense and Security.

Employee News and Notes
People, events, opportunities

Polansky Receives Mellon Fellowship
Award supports his work with Deaf poetry and performance

Switching on Awareness
Students get instant feedback on energy use in residence hall pilot program

Relay for Life Supports Cancer Research
Relay For Life—a national American Cancer Society event—will be held at Dartmouth’s Leverone Field House on May 9 and 10.

Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students

Editor's Picks

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