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Professor Craig Sutton and students in the E.E. Just program.

$20 Million Gift Addresses National STEM Diversity Gap

A gift by Eileen and John Donahoe honors Dartmouth alumnus E.E. Just and supports strides towards diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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Baker Tower at sunrise

Dartmouth Expands Its Commitment to Middle-Income Families

Student loans eliminated for undergraduates from families earning $125,000 or less.

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Dartmouth Engineering Students Step Up to 3D Clock Challenge

Solomon Diamond ’97 Th’98 has been teaching “Engineering Sciences 146: Computer-Aided Mechanical Engineering Design” since 2008. This spring, with the COVID-19 pandemic and students working remotely, he and his team worked out a solution to teach the course online, with a major design challenge at the end.
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Images left to right: rocks, writing kit, student farming, 3D printed clock

Dartmouth Faculty Take Bold Approaches to Remote Teaching

From 3D rocks to 3D printers, Dartmouth faculty are finding new ways to engage students in remote learning. In collaboration with the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL), faculty are also reshaping their courses to provide students with powerful hands-on and interactive virtual learning experiences.

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  • Research & Teaching

Themes:

  • Dartmouth's Distinct Educational Model
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Joanne Conroy

“Leadership requires making tough decisions”

Dr. Joanne M. Conroy ’77, MD, CEO and president of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health, discusses health policy and her leadership moments at Dartmouth College.

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  • Leadership & Policy
  • Student Experience

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  • Wise Leaders
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DOC house

Former Glory, Future Glory

The Class of 1969 is bringing back a beloved Dartmouth landmark for future generations

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  • Student Experience

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  • Wise Leaders
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Sculpture near Wilder Hall

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