Students help deliver power to rural Rwanda
September 26, 2011 | The Dartmouth
Student members of Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering embark on a two-month quest to improve the hydroelectric power in Rwanda’s remotest region.
Thayer School has been awarded a grant from NSF's Partnerships for Innovations (PFI) program to support students in Dartmouth's Ph.D. Innovation Program and connect them with small businesses involved in technologies for sensory enhancement and mobile sensor systems.
Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering named a winner in IEEE Presidents’ Change the World Competition
September 13, 2011 | IEEE
Team Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering Pico-Hydro Project is the winner of one of five Outstanding Student Humanitarian Prizes in the 2011 IEEE Presidents' Change the World competition.
New Trier grads find themselves competitors for NBC reality show
September 13, 2011 | TribLocal
Engineering major Will Hart '12 will be on the NBC talent show contest "The Sing-Off," which starts a new season Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. on NBC. Hart’s Dartmouth Aires is among the 16 a cappella groups vying for a $100,000 Sony Music recording contract.
New issue of Dartmouth Engineer magazine
September 8, 2011
The newest issue of Dartmouth Engineer magazine is now online. Features: "Major Mergers: For modified majors, engineering is just the beginning." | "Formula Hybrid: Thayer School’s international competition races to its five-year milestone." | "Humanitarian Engineering: Working overseas, students encounter the technological and human sides of meeting people’s needs."
The Power of One
September 7, 2011 | Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
After building a homemade windmill to power his Malawi family’s home, William Kamkwamba ’14 brings a new kind of energy to campus.
Big Green Bus tour highlights environmental awareness
August 3, 2011 | Las Vegas Sun
Over the past six weeks, 13 students from Dartmouth College have been driving across the country in a former Greyhound bus.
Students to help install Rwandan power plants
July 12, 2011 | The Dartmouth
Eight student members of Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering will spend two months in Rwanda implementing hydroelectric energy in rural towns.
This summer, members of Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering (DHE) will carry on a three-year effort to bring safe, affordable hydropower to rural Rwanda.
Dartmouth Increases Numbers of Women In Sciences
June 30, 2011 | Vermont Public Radio
VPR's Steve Zind speaks with Margaret Funnell, a Dartmouth professor and director of the Women in Science Project at the college, about the number of women studying for careers in math and science since the program's inception twenty years ago.