Collaborative Programs

Dartmouth encourages and facilitates collaboration to widen your horizon even further. Most research projects integrate one or more engineering disciplines with other sciences, and our human-centered approach encourages connection with service-oriented organizations to address critical local and global needs.

Faculty and researchers across campus and around the world are making breakthroughs at the interfaces of traditional disciplines in both the sciences and the liberal arts. Involved students learn important lessons about the interconnectedness of the world and develop skills that make them both innovators and team leaders.

Partners & Resources

Centers & Programs

A variety of centers and programs at Dartmouth welcome interdisciplinary approaches to problem solving, including:

Closely affiliated centers and programs also include:

Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship

The Magnuson Center serves as a hub for resources, advice, and networking relevant to innovation and entrepreneurship. DALI Lab, DEN, Dartmouth Angels, TuckLaB, the Dartmouth Entrepreneur's Forum, and Magnuson's Incubator, powered by Tuck, all fall under the Magnuson Center umbrella.

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Cook Engineering Design Center

Cook Engineering Design Center (CEDC) connects Dartmouth Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Master of Engineering (MEng) students with industry partners to solve real-world problems quickly and economically.

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Power Management Integration Center (PMIC)

An NSF IUCRC, PMIC is a collaboration between the engineering schools at Dartmouth and UC San Diego to address a range of challenges facing next-generation power electronic circuits, systems, and components.

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Medical Physics Education Program

Dartmouth's Medical Physics Education Program is led jointly by faculty in the Departments of Engineering, Radiology, Surgery, and Medicine. It is both a certificate and accreditation program for Dartmouth postdocs and PhD students interested in a career in clinical medical physics.

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Collaborative Projects