Category Archives: Education

New Tablet Chairs in Dartmouth Hall

After thorough research with help from faculty, staff and students, the Classroom Committee has replaced the traditional wooden tablet chairs in 4 classrooms in Dartmouth Hall. Dartmouth Hall 104A, 107, 109 and 213 have all received Learn2 chairs manufactured by … Continue reading

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National Bike/Walk to Work Day

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Who’s in the Lead? Way to Go commuter Challenge

You still have time to sign up!  

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Are We Ready To Go?

One week countdown to the Way To Go! challenge. We are comparing Dartmouth commuter with DHMC commuters on the Carbon Throw Down page (check out other participating organizations too) to see how we are stacking up. Spread the word and help us … Continue reading

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It’s Way to Go Time!

The Way to Go Commuter Challenge is just around the corner, May 13-17th.  Registration is open! May 13-17. It’s Way to Go Time! Way to Go week is a chance for you and your business to go toe to toe … Continue reading

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New Eco-Activism Lecture on March 6 at Norwich University

Interesting lecture on March 6th. Speaker, Neri Oxman, is an Assistant Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT. Her bio could be found here.

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In Progress: Dartmouth Organic Farm Master Plan

In November 2012, the College kicked-off a planning process for the Dartmouth Organic Farm at the Fullington property.  Proposals were solicited from five firms.  Maclay Architects were selected by the project’s steering committee.  Numerous listening sessions were held with the steering … Continue reading

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Emerging Technologies’ impact on Higher Education

The tenth edition describes annual findings from the NMC  Horizon Project, a decade-long research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in higher education. Six emerging technologies are … Continue reading

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Safe Routes to School efforts

More news to come on the Safe Routes to School efforts.

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Free Range Children

Another interesting blog that speaks to the independence challenges of our children today Free range kids

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