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Women outnumber men in a graduating class of engineers—for the first time ever

Corrections and clarifications: An earlier version of the caption on the photograph above misspelled the name of the engineering student at left. She is Krystyna Miles. 664 more words

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Asian-American representation in classrooms: The next battleground?

A growing movement of Asian-American activists is adding a new voice into claims of systematic racism at campuses nationwide.

From alleged racism against professors of color to calls for more Asian-American culture courses, the issues have resulted in protests and petitions at schools including Dartmouth College, Williams College, … 711 more words

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Proof that Past is Prologue

Proof that Past is Prologue

On June 14, 1970 I graduated from Dartmouth College at the age of 20. I was privileged to be one of the Commencement speakers celebrating the 200th graduating class of the College. 911 more words

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From Dartmouth: Women in Science - "Dartmouth Is First National Research University to Graduate More Women Engineering Majors Than Men"

Dartmouth College

June 11, 2016
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Another glass ceiling has been shattered: 2016 marks the first time a US national research university’s graduating class of engineering undergraduates is over 50% female. 330 more words

Basic Research

A Letter to Dr. Jim Yong Kim

In June 2015, 161 individuals, most of whom are associated with Dartmouth College, wrote a letter of petition to the World Bank President Jim Yong Kim asking the Bank to forgive Nepal’s external debt in the wake of two major earthquakes that hit Nepal earlier that year. 732 more words

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From Rutgers Today: "Pursuing the Destruction of HIV-infected Cells"


Rutgers University

5.18.16
Dory Devlin

An oral drug used to treat an illness unrelated to HIV eradicated infectious HIV-producing cells in lab cultures while sparing uninfected cells – and suppressed the virus in patients during treatment and for at least eight weeks after the drug was stopped, according to results of a clinical pilot trial and researchers at Rutgers University and Dartmouth College. 841 more words

Applied Research & Technology