With engineering on the rise at Dartmouth, Dean Joseph J. Helble outlines opportunities for an expanded Thayer community.
Dartmouth’s new Center for Surgical Innovation makes space for research in clinical care.
Dual-degree students call two institutions home.
Thayer researchers help turn nanoparticles and heat into a treatment for cancer.
Engineer, lawyer, and activist Chris Davis ’76 explains why it pays to go green.
Thayer’s five-year-old Ph.D. Innovation Program prepares students for an enterprising future.
Students find intersections between the arts and engineering.
Space weather researchers William Lotko and Simon Shepherd want to help protect the technological world from solar storms.
New spaces and equipment remove barriers to inventiveness.
It's not only Dartmouth students who receive a Thayer-inspired education. Alumni who teach at universities throughout the country bring their Thayer experiences into their own classrooms and labs. We asked eight alumni in academe about their research, Thayer influences, and how to encourage more people to become engineers.