Quick Takes on Life at Thayer
Jerry Greenfield ’61, Th’62, T’65 confirmed his hunch—Thayer Drive in Richland, Washington is named for Thayer School founder, General Sylvanus Thayer.
During a ceremony in May, four of Thayer’s own received the top honor for engineering education from the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
Schweitzer Fellow Rachel Glikin ’17 started a new local arm of Junior FIRST® LEGO® League to engage elementary school students with the building blocks of engineering.
This year's innovation workshop theme was selected to give students a chance to explore new way of addressing social issues at Dartmouth.
Students practice engineering design through a never-before-offered independent study called “Principles of Naval Architecture” facilitated by professor Brenden Epps.
US Olympic Biathlete Hannah Dreissigacker '09 Th'10 returned from Sochi with a personal best in the 15 km Individual, along with some memories caught on video.
The Menlo School in Atherton, California sends six to eight students a year to Dartmouth and a good portion of those ends up at Thayer School.
Dartmouth engineering students completed an annual tour of companies now employing alumni in San Francisco and Silicon Valley—a first-hand introduction to potential jobs, internships, networking opportunities, events and new technologies.