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Granite Geek Jan 15
Regular Granite Geek readers will recognize the author of this piece about the Fields Medal: He's the guy who studies the relationship between mathematicians and their blackboards, one of my all-time favorite pieces of scholarship.
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Tuck School Jan 16
The entire Tuck community is saddened by the loss of Dean Emeritus John W. Hennessey Jr., a respected scholar, teacher, and administrator who advocated for a more diverse student body. “There is simply no way to overstate John’s impact on our institution.”
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A research project became the world’s first digital synthesizer. Take a look through 149 other innovations from Thayer that changed the world.
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Dartmouth W. Tennis 5h
DWT home match day! 🎾 🌲 vs. 🐶 📆 Wed., 1/17 ⏰ 5 PM 📍Boss Tennis Center 👀…
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Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth 9h
A new study by researchers in ’s Luikart Lab offers new insights into the role that certain genetic mutations play in spectrum disorders
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Forget superheros with x-ray vision or superhuman strength. Our country needs "Intellectually Honest Man," writes Charles Wheelan '88, senior lecturer and policy fellow.
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Dartmouth Jan 16
What's a 14-letter word for someone skilled in making crossword puzzles? Also see: , digital humanities librarian and recent crossword puzzle creator.
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DartGRAD Jan 16
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Tuck School Jan 16
In a new paper, Tuck's Gordon Phillips illustrates how M&A activity is linked to venture capital investments:
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Dartmouth Jan 16
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Bridget L. Coggins Jan 14
My former students are out in force with intelligent insights on foreign policy this week. Here’s on US public opinion and war with North Korea.
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Dartmouth Jan 15
It's been 200 years since Mary Shelley published "Frankenstein," but her cautionary tale of the relationship between science and power remains acutely essential today, writes for
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Dartmouth Jan 15
On the evening of May 23, 1962, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his lecture "Towards Freedom" to an audience of Dartmouth students and Upper Valley residents in 105 Dartmouth Hall. His whole speech is available here:
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Academic Skills & Tutor Clearinghouse at Dartmouth Jan 15
Congratulations to George Jojo Boateng '16 (B.A.) '17 (M.S.) for being a 2018 Social Justice Awards Winner! We were lucky to have him as a tutor while he was a student at Dartmouth. Read more here:
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Dartmouth Jan 15
Hi Ryan, we look at every applicant in the context of available opportunities and efforts. Testing, in conjunction with your secondary school report and recommendations, helps us better understand your academic preparation.
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Dartmouth Jan 15
As the national discussion turns to limiting immigration from select nations and deporting longtime residents, our 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration challenges participants to confront borders. Learn more about our month-long celebration.
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Dartmouth Jan 15
As we pause today to honor and celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we are inspired by Tchanori Kone, daughter of Tandiwe Kone ’92, and her speech honoring the civil rights leader.
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DCAL Jan 15
Attention go-getters! DCAL invites proposals to the Experiential Learning Seed Grant from teams of faculty, staff, and/or students to support experiential learning projects taking place from summer '18 to spring '19! Proposals due March 16.
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DCAL Jan 10
A peak behind the scenes of making a MOOC (massive open online course) at with Anthropology professor and the course team that developed Bipedalism: The Science of Upright Walking on !
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