In a recap of the Sept. 29 debate, Vox mentions America Abroad, by Dartmouth's Stephen Brooks and William Wohlforth. The writer calls it one of the "best books I've read on US foreign policy in the past few years."
Government professors and QSS research student are among national study's co-authors.
The associate professor of computer science explains his research on computer graphics.
"The Hood is still here, and we're still active," says Director John Stomberg.
"These books share the quality of illuminating deep mathematical ideas," says Dartmouth's Dan Rockmore in a review of Infinite Powers and The Weil Conjectures.
In a story about the pandemic's impact on working women, Dartmouth's Claudia Olivetti says, "Trying to help working families ease this child-care constraint, it's not just a gender inequality issue. It's also an income inequality issue."