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A first-hand look at how Dartmouth educates budding science-scholars

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Front Line

Research and education at the ends of the Earth

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Training the next generation of climate scientists

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Student research at the front line of climate change

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The transformative power of experiential-learning

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A 360-Degree Education

For Dartmouth professors, teaching is a passion, a calling, a way of life. Mentorship is instinctive, one of the most rewarding aspects of their scholarship. Dartmouth faculty members are also pioneering researchers and influential thought-leaders. Their work with students helps them advance the frontier of knowledge and helps students advance their careers. Dartmouth classrooms are interactive, collaborative, discussion-based environments.

Areas of StudyScholars Who Teach

Oh, the places you’ll go!

Measure glaciers in Antarctica with climate-change scientists. Perform with a renowned theater group at Kings College London. Study the Maori language in New Zealand. Arranged through Dartmouth's Frank J. Guarini Institute for International Education, these powerful learning experiences are enhanced through faculty mentorship.

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