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.
From ice core collection to infectious disease detection, even freshmen work in Thayer research labs.
Deciphering patterns in digital behaviors, Professor George Cybenko separates the good from the bad.
At 25, Thayer’s award-winning MEM program comes of age.