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Dartmouth Researchers Call for Energy Justice in the Global South

Cofounder of Dartmouth's Energy Justice Clinic, Dr. Sarah Kelly works with research assistant Nadine Lorini Formiga '25 to study just energy transitions in Latin America.

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A photo of Nadine Formiga '25 and Dr. Sarah Kelly

Innovating For Impact

Innovative ideas come to life at Dartmouth, where bold solutions to the world's most pressing challenges spark collaboration across disciplines—and undergraduates play key roles in making that happen

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A photo of Rashad Brown Mitchell '24, a teaching assitant at the Machine Shop

What Is A Liberal Arts Education?

With all the attention AI is getting you might be wondering, "Why do I need to get an education at all, never mind a classic liberal arts degree?"

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A Sociologist Brings Her Lived Experience to the Classroom

Professor Allen studies the intersection of race, religion, and social movements, focusing on how Black communities perceive and respond to social inequality at both individual and group levels.

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A photo of professor Shaonta' Allen

Dartmouth Dialogues

In January, President Beilock announced the launch of Dartmouth Dialogues, a wide-ranging series of initiatives that showcase Dartmouth's commitment to facilitating conversations and building skills to bridge divides.

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A Government Major and Public Policy Expert Study Factors at Play in Elections

Professor Barabas '93 brought Carson Goh '25 on as his research assistant in Carson's first Dartmouth term—they have since been researching a wide spectrum of topics within American politics.

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A photo of Carson Goh '25 and Jason Barabas '93 standing in front of white columns

In His Classrooms, an Education Design Expert Flips the Script

In his design thinking courses, Professor Rafe Steinhauer trains students to apply design mindsets like creativity and empathy to complex challenges. "Empathy is an important design skillset,"

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An Engineer Joins Forces with First-Year Students to Explore the Roots of Intelligence

Professor of Engineering Peter Chin's lab seeks to understand the neuroscientific basis of intelligence. Last year, two of his first-year students conducted paid research, gaining early hands-on experience.

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A photo of professor Peter Chin Iroda Abdulazizova '26 and Kimberly Girola-Guzman '26

Putting the 'Green' in the Big Green

Dartmouth's profound sense of place heightens student's awareness of the precarious condition of the planet, and Dartmouth students, faculty, and staff are taking action to create a more sustainable future.

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A photo of students working at behives at the Dartmouth Organic Farm

An Alumna Investigates the Impact of Fear on Childbirth

Zane Thayer '08 notes there was only one biological anthropologist when she was a student at Dartmouth. Today Professor Thayer is one of four biological anthropologists in her department, studying how and why early life environments shape human biology and health outcomes.

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Shadowing Practitioners and Patients

A Dartmouth student organization that organizes programming related to the health professions—and its Clinical Shadowing Program, which pairs students with health care professionals at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and private practices in the Hanover area.

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A photo of John Sanders '64, professor emeritus of surgery, and Carolyn Yee '25 reviewing images of the heart in a catheterization lab.

A Mushroom Hunter and Soil Ecologist Study the Synergies of Plants and Fungi

Together, Liam Nokes '25 and Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Bala Chaudhary are studying mycorrhizae—the symbiotic associations between plants and fungi—and their impact on ecosystems at a global scale.

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A photo of Liam Nokes '25 and Professor of Environmental Studies Bala Chaudhary

An Astrophysicist Works to Unlock a Galaxy's Greatest Mysteries

Rising to academic fame when she made a groundbreaking discovery—a rare type of galaxy distinguished by its uncharacteristic double-ringed elliptical structure—professor Mutlu-Pakdil works to solve the mysteries of the most peculiar phenomena of our universe.

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Cognitive Scientists Study Options In and Out of the Lab

Through their work in cognitive science, a professor and an undergraduate partner in the classroom and in the lab to consider how people effortlessly understand alternative options.

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A photo of professor Jonathan Phillips and student Eli Hecht '23 at Still North Books

A Backstage Snapshot of the Performing Arts at Dartmouth

Arts play a critical role at Dartmouth. The Department of Theater's production of Pippin highlights the various ways students can take part.

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A photo of a student working tech on the production of Pippin