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October 1, 2007 Issue

Volume XXVI • Issue 5

New Beginning, Historic Purpose
Dartmouth welcomes Class of 2011 at Convocation

Duthu, Green Address First-Years
Convocation speaker N. Bruce Duthu ’80 framed his remarks to the Class of 2011 around the importance of humility.

In the Spotlight
New members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Dartmouth to Participate in State-Wide NSF Grant
Dartmouth will benefit from a $6.67 million grant to the State of New Hampshire from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

New Appointments to Endowed Chairs
Thirteen Dartmouth faculty members were recently honored with endowed professorships.

Dartmouth Energy Symposium Goes Beyond Green
A symposium on Oct. 11 and Oct. 12 will examine how engineers, educators, business people, and policy makers can work together to make clean, renewable energy a reality.

Dressing Up for the Debate
Spaulding Auditorium is decked out in preparation for the Sept. 26 Democratic presidential candidates’ debate.

United Way Campaign Begins
The Dartmouth United Way Campaign is gearing up for another strong year.

Works by Suzan-Lori Parks Inaugurate New Theater Program
Voices, a new program developed by the Department of Theater will debut this month with a series of events based around the work of acclaimed playwright Suzan-Lori Parks.

Tuck School Ranked #1 by Wall Street Journal
The Tuck School of Business placed number one this year in the Wall Street Journal’s national ranking of business schools.

Fire Prevention Week
Oct. 7–13 is National Fire Prevention week.

Employee News and Notes
People, events, opportunities

Safety First
Young alumni help secure campus network

14th Annual Life Sciences Symposium
Truth or Consequences: The Immunology of Human Disease will be held in Spaulding Auditorium on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2007.

Lecture Series Addresses Climate Change, Security
As global warming causes far-reaching shifts in weather and temperature, it may also disrupt balances of power around the world.

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