Quick Takes on Life at Thayer
The projects of three Dartmouth non-engineering majors were accepted for presentation at the International System Dynamics Conference in July.
"As I went on in my studies, I realized the upper-level classes in engineering were fascinating and what I really wanted to be studying."
Professor Karl Griswold and his research team have found a way to combat the spread of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
Created for Thayer's two-term engineering design sequence (ENGS 89/90), the project offers a low-cost alternative to conventional arsenic filtration systems that often break.
This June, Morgan Curtis ’14 will begin a six-month "Climate Journey" ride, collecting stories of climate change on her way to the UN Conference in Paris.
On February 20th Anna Stork ’08 made bank after pitching LuminAID, the world’s first inflatable solar light.
This Friday, February 20th, at 9pm EST Anna Stork ’08 will appear on ABC’s Shark Tank to pitch LuminAID, the world’s first inflatable solar light.
Professor Jane Hill spent 10 days in South Africa preparing for a clinical trial of her breath test for rapid, non-invasive, and accurate diagnosis of infectious diseases such as tuberculosis.