Dartmouth has been awarded $2.5 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to give Dartmouth graduate students opportunities to work with middle school teachers in the Upper Valley region of Vermont and Ne
Dartmouth College has admitted two undergraduate students from earthquake-ravaged Haiti, Daphnée Charles and Ronel Lefranc, who are both students at Université Quisqueya (UniQ) in Port-au-Prince.
On the front lines of climate change, Greenland harbors a unique convergence of indigenous communities, research field stations, and policy debates about the future of the Arctic.
The 2009 Dartmouth Campaign for the Upper Valley United Way has successfully reached its goal of raising $225,000, announced Peter Glenshaw, campaign chair and Dartmouth’s director of community re
Two Dartmouth biologists have found that brown anole lizards make an interesting choice when deciding which males should father their offspring.
When the six finalists in the Dartmouth Idol singing competition take the stage on Friday night, the group will include a women’s hockey player (Katie Horner ’11), a defensive e