Digital Musics Students Win Prize at International Festival

Graduate students in the Digital Musics Program recently traveled to Cologne, Germany...

27th May
Sound installation, Singer, in Cologne, Germany

International Humanities Summit at Dartmouth

The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) Program organized the International...

26th May
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GSC Academic Chair Hosts Last Nerd Nite of the School Year

Anna Prescott, the outgoing academic chair of the Graduate Student Council (GSC),...

21st May
Yipeng Shi and Spencer Hatch

Global Health Day at Dartmouth, April 3

On April 3, the Dickey Center for International Understanding’s Global Health Initiative...

20th May
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Grad Students Discuss Job Search

Graduate students, Jeanine Amacher (Department of Biochemistry, within the Molecular and Cellular...

19th May
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Chemistry PhD Wins Award

The Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad is a prestigious...

15th May
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Graduate and Medical Students Team Up For a Day of Service

On April 26, despite temperatures in the mid-40s and a steadily falling...

14th May
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Students Lunch with Montgomery Fellow, Daniel Potts

On Wednesday, April 23, graduate students from various departments met over lunch...

13th May
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Sustainability & Social Justice Dinner Held on Earth Day

On April 22, Dartmouth hosted its fourth annual Sustainability and Social Justice...

12th May
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USA Science & Engineering Festival

On April 26 and 27, Washington DC hosted the 3rd USA Science...

09th May
Graduate student Hai Qian (chemistry) demonstrates the basic DNA double-helix structure and explains how self-assembly contributes to the formation of DNA structure. Xin Su (chemistry) is in the background.

Biochemistry Alum, Chakravarty

Graduate school is full of challenges and obstacles. Biochemistry alumnus Arijit Chakravarty...

09th May
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The Part of Your Brain That Made You Eat That Doughnut

TIME features a new study by Dartmouth’s Todd Heatherton and Richard Lopez that focuses on...

07th May
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