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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.

International StudentsResearch/InternshipsSustainability
A photo of Nadine Formiga '25 and Dr. Sarah Kelly

A Global Climate Activist Negotiates for a Cleaner Future

When applying to colleges, Kate Yeo '25 from Singapore saw Dartmouth's idyllic location as the perfect backdrop for her interest in studying climate policy.

International StudentsSustainabilitySense of Place
A photo of Kate Yeo '25

Tackling Health Care Disparities in Cameroon

In just one year on campus, Triumph Kia Teh '26 from Tiko Cameroon—one of seven students in the Class of 2026 to be selected for the King Scholars Program—has become known for his deep commitment to his Dartmouth peers.

Aid & AffordabilityInternational StudentsLiberal Arts
A photo of Triumph Kia Teh '26

Feeling at Home in Hanover, Far from a Small English Town

Luke '24, first in his family to attend college, is finding Dartmouth's liberal arts curriculum provides room to explore and teaches how to think, not what to think.

Aid & AffordabilityInternational StudentsLiberal Arts
A photo of Luke Grayson '25, at the Cube, a study space on campus

A Musician from Zimbabwe Hones Her Craft in Hanover

Zimbabwean musician Tanaka '25's passion for music and specifically the marimba is supported by the Dartmouth community in and out of the classroom.

International StudentsThe ArtsAdventuresome Spirit
A photo of Tanaka Chikata '25