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The largest terrestrial invertebrate is the coconut crab, and Assistant Professor Mark Laidre is one of the world’s leading researchers studying this species, thanks in part of the Burke Award he received.

At the Heart of The Dartmouth Experience

The Sherman Fairchild Foundation takes the lead in boosting support for future generations of exceptional teacher-scholars

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Kids Zambia
Tommy Clark

An Outlandish Idea That Saves Lives

In the spirit of John Sloan Dickey, Tommy Clark is tackling some of the world’s worst problems

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  • Dartmouth's Distinct Educational Model
  • Wise Leaders
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The largest terrestrial invertebrate is the coconut crab, and Assistant Professor Mark Laidre is one of the world’s leading researchers studying this species, thanks in part of the Burke Award he received.

At the Heart of The Dartmouth Experience

The Sherman Fairchild Foundation takes the lead in boosting support for future generations of exceptional teacher-scholars

Causes:

  • Research & Teaching

Themes:

  • Dartmouth's Distinct Educational Model
Read More
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