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.
The Big Green Bus, and Its Message, Pulls Into Canaan
June 27, 2011 | The Litchfield County Times
Six days into its transcontinental journey, the Big Green Bus pulled into Canaan Friday at the home of Vali Valenti, where she happily played host for the night for her son, Jules, and his 12 traveling companions.
New Opportunities for Those Seeking Graduate Engineering Degrees
June 17, 2011 | U.S. News
Engineers who hold bachelor's degrees and wish to advance in their field may want to consider enrolling in a master of engineering management program.
Dartmouth Graduates 1,782 at 2011 Commencement Exercises
June 12, 2011 | Dartmouth Now
Dartmouth College awarded 1,782 degrees at its annual Commencement exercises on June 12, 2012.
Hands Off Our Houses
May 31, 2011 | The New York Times
The $300 house could potentially be a success story, if it was understood as a straightforward business proposal instead of a social solution...We recently showed around a group of Dartmouth students involved in the project who are hoping to get a better grasp of their market.
How Gyrobike Reinvented the Bicycle Wheel
May 31, 2011 | PRWeb
Presenting at the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation: Using original design sketches, video footage, and prototypes, Gyrobike Founder and CEO Daniella Reichstetter will demonstrate how she turned a college class project into a "revolutionary" invention that is changing the way people learn how to ride bicycles.
Rediscovering the art of log cabin building
May 29, 2011 | CBS News
Mo Rocca goes out into the country to find out where today's log cabin builders might be and finds a troop of Dartmouth students who school him in the fine art of log cabin building.
A team of students from three different schools at Dartmouth was declared the winner of the first Dartmouth Medical Technology Business Plan Competition on Friday May 20. Anne Kwei, Ilya Bendich, and Joe Gigliotti presented their business plan for Rytek Medical, a company with an improved cancer sensing biopsy needle invented by Professor of Engineering Ryan Halter.
Alumna Returns to Campus with CBS and Comedian Mo Rocca
May 20, 2011 | Dartmouth Now
CBS Sunday Morning producer Mary Lou Teel ’78 chats with Greg Sokol ’10, Thayer School graduate student, and other members of the Dartmouth work crew for a segment about a cabin-building effort on Gilman Island.