The beginning of Thayer School’s next 150 years can be summed up in one word: expansion.
Two new Thayer School professors seek to revolutionize the energy grid by turning it into a sharing platform.
With a third of Thayer’s tenure-track faculty having founded startups, Dartmouth widens its entrepreneurial door.
At many institutions being a teaching assistant is considered the drudge work of grad students. Not so at Thayer, where students—undergraduate as well as graduate—eagerly commit at least 12 hours a week to TA duties in a variety of classes. In the following, seven TAs tell us what they put into the job—and what they get out of it.
A new laboratory building is helping Thayer engineers create better medical technologies by putting them into direct contact with doctors.
ENGS 89/90, Thayer’s capstone Bachelor of Engineering project sequence, gives students a final team-based, real-world professional experience in engineering analysis, design, and development. The following projects are a few of our faves.
As she tries to assess immune responses to HIV vaccines, Professor Margaret Ackerman is working toward a grand unified theory of antibody activity.
Nearly half of Dartmouth engineering majors are women. Here's why.
How Professor Eric Fossum invented the digital camera-on-a-chip—and is helping today’s students create their own technological innovations.