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“There is no better way to promote peace in our world than for young people to immerse themselves in different cultures, getting to know new people and expanding their worldview firsthand.” - Frank J. Guarini ’46
Photo taken by David Klinges ’17, while on the Biology FSP in Costa Rica and the Cayman Islands during winter term 2016.
Photo taken by David Klinges ’17, while on the Biology FSP in Costa Rica and the Cayman Islands during winter term 2016.

Frank J. Guarini ’46, a former New Jersey congressman and U.S. representative to the United Nations, has committed $10 million to support Dartmouth’s off-campus and foreign study programs—adding to an earlier commitment of $10 million for a total endowment commitment of $20 million to Dartmouth.

What does this mean for Dartmouth students? New opportunities for students to study in countries around the world, learn from people across many cultures, and expand their expertise in language, diplomacy, and global issues across the spectrum of arts and sciences. Dartmouth is already among the top in the Ivy League for study abroad participation, with 55 percent of Dartmouth undergraduates engaging in more than 40 off-campus learning opportunities in 29 countries.

Learn more about Frank Guarini '46 and his generous gift in the recent Dartmouth News article.

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