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Vox of Dartmouth - November 5, 2007 Issue

Vol XXVI • Issue 7

$10 Million in Gifts Fund New Professorships
Three families have made gifts totaling $10 million to support Dartmouth’s academic enterprise.

College Again Praised for Sustainability Efforts
For the second year in a row, Dartmouth has received a grade of A- in the College Sustainability Report Card.

Dartmouth Moves to Dismiss Lawsuit
Lawsuit criticized by Dartmouth’s Alumni Council as “Harmful to the interests of the College and the alumni”

DMS to Lead New Mental Health Initiative
A five-year, $3.89 million award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has been granted to Dartmouth Medical School.

A Day for Play
Dartmouth volunteers build park in Lebanon

Heschel Interview Featured by U.S. Holocaust Museum
An interview with Susannah Heschel is scheduled be posted to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s free podcast series.

Debit Cards Simplify Medical Flexible Spending Accounts
In January, new Dartmouth Flex Spending Debit Cards will be available to all faculty and staff enrolled in a Medical Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for 2008.

Two Dartmouth Scientists Elected AAAS Fellows
Guerinot, Cheung honored for outstanding contributions

Tiny Materials, Great Promise
Thayer School hosts symposium on nanomedicine

Imagining a New World
An exhibition at Rauner Special Collections Library through Nov. 21 is on view in conjunction with the meeting of the Northeast American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.

Kudos
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff and students

International Office Hosts Workshop on Visa Options
Students and employees interested in temporary non-immigrant visas and/or U.S. permanent residency sponsorships may attend a workshop on Nov. 6.

Library Tours, Courtesy of Your Cell Phone
The Dartmouth Library is now offering tours of Baker-Berry Library via cellular phone.

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