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Capital Campaign: The Thayer Experience

GROUP EFFORTS: Students and professors are at the heart of Thayer School’s capital campaign. One of numerous faculty-student collaborations, Associate Professor Laura Ray’s research team designs robots for use in Antarctica. Clockwise from lower right, Ray; Alexander Streeter ’03, Th’04; Dan Denton ’08; Adjunct Associate Professor James Lever; and Alex Price ’04, Th ’06. Photograph by Douglas Fraser.
GROUP EFFORTS: Students and professors are at the heart of Thayer School’s capital campaign. One of numerous faculty-student collaborations, Associate Professor Laura Ray’s research team designs robots for use in Antarctica. Clockwise from lower right, Ray; Alexander Streeter ’03, Th’04; Dan Denton ’08; Adjunct Associate Professor James Lever; and Alex Price ’04, Th ’06. Photograph by Douglas Fraser.

You’ve probably heard about the Campaign for the Dartmouth Experience, the College’s $1.3 billion capital campaign launched in November 2004. If you’re curious how Thayer School fits into that, read on.

Thayer School’s $60 million campaign goal addresses several critical needs:

Chairs and Faculty Support

Dean’s Venture Fund

Laboratory Fund

Technology and Liberal Education Fund

Thayer School Annual Fund

Student Financial Aid

MacLean Engineering Sciences Center

The campaign is progressing well. As of the end of March, alumni and friends have already pledged more than $36.6 million toward Thayer School’s campaign priorities.

Categories: The Great Hall, Capital Campaign

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