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  • Letter from the Dean May 2019

    This will be my final message for this academic year. We are a little more than two weeks away from the last day of classes for spring term. Even as your students are working incredibly hard to complete their academic work, our end of year celebrations of their accomplishments are in high gear.

    K. Lively Dean
  • Letter from the Dean April 2019

    This month, I want to highlight several important Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL) initiatives. Founded in 2004, DCAL supports Dartmouth faculty in developing "new teaching tools and strategies, especially purposeful applications of digital technology and new media."

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  • Letter from the Dean March 2019

    It is snowing today in Hanover, with expected accumulations of anywhere from 1" - 18" in the greater Upper Valley region. By the end of next week, temperatures are expected to be in the 50s. We look forward to welcoming students back for spring term this weekend.

    K. Lively Dean
  • South House Goes Dogsledding

    On a midwinter trip to northern New Hampshire, members of South House housing community skied, camped, and went dogsledding through the woods and across a frozen lake.

  • Letter from the Dean February 2019

    This has been a busy month. Seniors intending to graduate submitted their degree applications. First-year students had the opportunity to attend a "reorientation" to our academic departments. Students who will be in residence this spring submitted their course elections.

    Dean Lively

250th Anniversary: Honoring Our Past, Inspiring Our Future

“This is an ideal time to reaffirm our liberal arts foundation, our tradition of world-changing research, our profound sense of place, and the unique Dartmouth spirit,” says President Philip J. Hanlon ’77. “As we reflect on our history of impact and influence, we will also look ahead to a bright future creating new generations of leaders.”

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A Term Abroad in Morocco

“This is one of the best opportunities at Dartmouth to study abroad and be immersed in a very different culture,” says anthropology major Hanna Sheikh ’19. The program is one of nearly 50 off-campus programs offered each year.

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How the Sugar Crew Makes Maple Syrup

Every year, during late winter and early spring, a group of students head to the Dartmouth Organic Farm to try their hand at making maple syrup. They manage every step in the process, from tapping trees to boiling sap to selling the final product. “I came to sugar crew not really knowing what to expect, and I came out of it with a community that I’ve learned to love and respect and who I’ve gotten to know as part of this crazy, quirky experience,” says Michelle Wang ’21. The program is managed by the Sustainability Office.

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