Rugby’s Olympic return in sight
July 22, 2012 | ESPN Boston
Dartmouth engineering major Alex Magleby ’00 is at the forefront of rugby's Olympic return..."After high school, Magleby came east to study engineering at Dartmouth and play rugby."
South Korea outpaces the U.S. in engineering degrees
July 17, 2012 | The Washington Post
Dean Helble is quoted in this article about South Korea, where undergraduate students are five times more likely to major in engineering than their counterparts in the United States.
Getting By, Getting Ahead: Start-Up Entrepreneur Brings High-Tech Talent To Rural N.H.
July 10, 2012 | New Hampshire Public Radio
In some ways, Professor Tillman Gerngross is the father of the Upper Valley’s biotech community. Originally from Austria, Gerngross came here in the late 1990s to be a professor of bioengineering at Dartmouth.
A Netflix-like subscription for art
June 27, 2012 | CNNMoney
Jason Gracilieri, MEM '00 and his start-up company, TurningArt—"The cure for empty walls"— is featured by CNNMoney.
Devices help alert teams to potential concussions on the field
June 27, 2012 | The Baltimore Sun
The X2 Impact, an electronics-packed mouth guard, joins the Head Impact Telemetry System and Sideline Response System, owned and co-developed by Riddell and adjunct professor of engineering Richard Greenwald's company, Simbex.
Fairfielders roll out a welcome for Dartmouth’s Big Green Bus
June 14, 2012 | Fairfield Citizen
"The Big Green Bus" left the campus of Dartmouth in New Hampshire Wednesday for its 8th annual summer tour of the country, planning to log about 12,000 miles and travel through 30 states.
EV Technology the Winner at Formula Hybrid Competition
June 13, 2012 | EarthTechling
All the results are now in for the international 2012 Formula Hybrid competition, a student design and engineering challenge to create the best high performance hybrid and electric vehicles.
Giant algae blooms thriving under thinning Arctic sea ice
June 12, 2012 | CBC News (Canada)
Visiting Professor of Engineering Donald Perovich and his colleagues discovered enormous blooms of algae growing in an area of the Arctic Ocean that they never thought could support the phytoplankton: below the sea ice.
Graduate schools hold individual commencement exercises
June 9, 2012 | The Dartmouth
Graduate programs at Tuck School of Business, Thayer School of Engineering, Geisel School of Medicine and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice will host individual graduation activities this weekend.
Tiny undersea plants may affect Arctic ocean life
June 8, 2012 | San Francisco Chronicle
Visiting Professor of Engineering Donald Perovich and his colleagues discovered a massive bloom of the microscopic marine plants called phytoplankton beneath the sea ice—a discovery that could affect the life of every seagoing creature in the Arctic.