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Engineering professor Vicki May is second in line to conduct this new type of class that promises to democratize education.

Engineering Professor Vicki May One of the First to Teach a MOOC at Dartmouth

December 2014

Professor Vicki May is second in line to conduct this new type of class that promises to democratize education.

Sophie Sheeline ’16 and Madelynn Taylor created

Student’s Medical Diagnosis Game on iTunes App Store

October 2014

Sophie Sheeline ’16 and Madelynn Taylor created "ER Rush"—the first iPhone app to make learning how to diagnose patients fun.

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Thayer by Degrees

BE, MEM, MS, and PhD News

Dartmouth engineering professor Rachel Obbard Th'06 discusses her accidental discovery of tiny plastic particles embedded in Arctic sea ice.

Q&A: Professor Obbard on Microplastics in Sea Ice

PhD Program, October 2014

Dartmouth engineering professor Rachel Obbard Th'06 discusses her accidental discovery of tiny plastic particles embedded in Arctic sea ice.

Dartmouth head football coach Eugene Teevens sponsored an Engineering Design Methodology class project that became the only powered device to accurately replicate an in-game tackling experience.

Dartmouth Engineering Students and Football Coach Invent Tackling Dummy to Reduce Injuries

BE Program, October 2014

Dartmouth head football coach Eugene Teevens sponsored a class project that became the only powered device to accurately replicate an in-game tackling experience.

Dartmouth MEM student Drew Matter joined a team at FreshAir Sensor Corporation to develop a device that detects when smokers light up against the rules.

MEM Student Helps Develop "Smoking Detector"

MEM Program, October 2014

MEM student Drew Matter joined a team at FreshAir Sensor Corporation to develop a device that detects when smokers light up against the rules.

MS graduate Jarlath McEntee Th’89 and his team at Maine’s Ocean Renewable Power Company (ORPC) discovered that if you place a wind turbine underwater it will provide significantly more power.

Dartmouth Engineering Alum Behind First Tidal Energy Project in North America

MS Program, May 2014

MS graduate Jarlath McEntee Th’89 and his team at Maine’s Ocean Renewable Power Company (ORPC) discovered that if you place a wind turbine underwater it will provide significantly more power.

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