Vol XXVI • Issue 6
Gifts Total $63 Million
Commitments by Class of 1978 and Williamsons support life sciences, student experience, and medicine.
In Faculty Speech, Wright Looks Ahead
President James Wright delivered his annual address to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at its general meeting on Oct. 8.
In the Spotlight
New members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Nation’s Top Cyber Security Official Calls for Greater Cooperation
Assistant Secretary of Cybersecurity and Communications for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Greg Garcia speaks on campus.
Law and Neuroscience
A new three-year project will bring together distinguished scientists, legal scholars, jurists, and philosophers from across the country to help integrate new developments in neuroscience into the U.S. legal system.
Diverse Fall Montgomery Program to Conclude with Cech Lecture
The third program in this fall’s Montgomery Fellows Program series will feature a visit and lecture by Nobel Laureate Thomas Cech.
Gift of Peace
Houser sculpture dedicated at Sherman House
Undergraduates Work with Tuck School on New Hampshire Nonprofits
The work of Dartmouth undergraduates occupied a prominent place in the first New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits Summit.
“New Englander of the Year”
Dartmouth President James Wright receives a “New Englander of the Year” award from the New England Council on Oct. 1.
Michael Burton to Head UPNE
Provost Barry Scherr has announced the appointment of Michael P. Burton as director of the University Press of New England (UPNE).
Conference recognizes 200th anniversary of abolition of British slave trade
College Honors Former Dean
Former Dean of the College James Larimore with his sons, Anthony and Joey, in front of his portrait by Allan Sherr that was unveiled on Oct. 12.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students
Dartmouth Builds: The Evolving Campus
The Office of Design, Planning, and Construction held a facilities projects update to share current and upcoming construction planned for the College.
WWII Oral History Project
If you are an alumnus or Dartmouth spouse from the WWII era, the College wants to hear about your experiences.
Employee News and Notes
People, events, opportunities
In Hanover’s Woods, Newly Carved Pine
Members of the Dartmouth Outing Club (DOC) celebrated the rebuilding of two legendary structures this fall.
Daughters of Dartmouth
College pays tribute to coeducation
College and Community Group Present Programs on Poverty
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is Nov. 11 through 17, and the Upper Valley Educational Task Force on Homelessness and Poverty and Dartmouth’s Economic Equity Initiative will offer two public programs on Saturday, Nov. 10.
Last Updated: 12/17/08