In an age of impending extinctions, a new tarsier has been discovered in the Philippines, thanks to Dartmouth researchers and their colleagues.
Read the full story by Susan Green, published by the Geisel School of Medicine.
Associate Professor of Anthropology John Watanabe, who studies the Maya peoples of Guatemala and Mexico, has been traveling to a venue outside of his specialty area to sheph
Dartmouth's Kes Schroer has taken her students on an unusual adventure "in order to put themselves into the mind of a chimpanzee," she says.
Dartmouth's premier electronic archaeologist and Neukom Fellow Jason Herrmann recently assembled about 30 like-minded scientists for a conference dubbed Digital Domains.
From the classroom to the lab and the library, Dartmouth faculty members embody an ethos that melds research and teaching, twin disciplines that Dartmouth believes are inseparable.