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Dartmouth Engineer Magazine: Fall 2023
In this Issue
President Sian Beilock, Dean Alexis Abramson, engineering faculty and student leaders imagine a more inclusive, innovative future. What happens after hours as students work into the night? Next-gen cancer treatments, and more.
Leading Thoughts: "On Making Better Decisions"
Dean Alexis Abramson speaks with Professor Wesley Marrero on leveraging data to help practitioners and policymakers make better decisions across a range of health fields: mental health, neonatology, cardiovascular disease, organ transplantation, and substance use disorder. READ MORE»
Saryah Azmat '11 Th'11 galvanizes investors, big pharma, and biotech in targeted drug therapy efforts to solve one of the world's greatest healthcare challenges. READ MORE»
The West End is buzzing. It's a late spring night, at the end of term. Engineering and computer science students are making, creating, and exploring without boundaries. READ MORE»
Advances in Ice: A Cool Compound
PhD student Tara Thomlinson grows samples of sea ice similar to ice on Jupiter and Saturn's moons to find out if life is possible beyond our planet. READ MORE»
A Digital Makeover for Microscopes
A new smart microscope integrates microscopy with emerging technologies to help doctors diagnose disorders from digital images. READ MORE»
Tool Narrows Focus on New Metal Alloys
DIAD: Imagining a Better Future
The Dartmouth community is collaborating on human-centered fiction that draws on interdisciplinary research to imagine a better future. READ MORE»
Finalist for Prestigious Arctic Prize
Bikes and Human-Centered Engineering
For Wells Willett '24, the decision to major in engineering was inextricably tied to his enduring love of biking. READ MORE»
Military Service and Tissue Engineering
Biomedical engineering major Karina Mitchell '23 ties the roots of her academic pursuits to her father, a civil engineer in the US Army. READ MORE»
Spotlights on Alumni
Energy technology and policy expert Rose Mutiso '08 Th'08 wins the McGuire Family Prize for Societal Impact. Plus, a round-up of spotlight news on Dartmouth Engineering alumni. READ MORE»
On the Job
Nathalie Rivest Pramanik '10 Th'11: CEO of Little Chompions is revolutionizing the baby feeding industry with innovative kits that help caregivers during early feeding stages. READ MORE»
On the Job
John Rajala '88: Generations of Rajala's family have crafted wood products from northern Minnesota forests. He takes the long view in managing timberland for future generations. READ MORE»
Notes and news from Dartmouth Engineering alumni around the world. READ MORE»
For their capstone project, five engineering students assessed the energy efficiency of the College's Montgomery House—identifying retrofits that could save $3,000 in annual energy costs. READ MORE»
"Mechatronics" student Ben Bassett '24 (right) launches the autonomous sailboat Capt. Corkey's Crazy Cruiser he designed—with teammates Jehan Diaz '22 Th'23, James McMahan Th'27, Cam Wolfe '23, and Alexander Kish '24—to navigate around a buoy on Occom Pond. Professor Mike Kokko, who co-taught the class with Professor Laura Ray, paddles.
Students in Professor Eugene Korsunskiy's "Senior Design Challenge" class collaborate on paper airplanes as part of a team-building exercise. This year, four multidisciplinary teams worked on projects with COVER Home Repair, the Hanover Economic Development Council, NH Healthcare Workers for Climate Action, and a local school district. From left, David Kaufmann, Kiera Bernet, Allie Gies, Josh Ocampo, Allison MacLeod, and Monxell Mariano launch their designs from the third-floor atrium balcony in the Class of 1982 Engineering and Computer Science Center.