Engineer, lawyer, and activist Chris Davis ’76 explains why it pays to go green.
Thayer’s five-year-old Ph.D. Innovation Program prepares students for an enterprising future.
Students find intersections between the arts and engineering.
Space weather researchers William Lotko and Simon Shepherd want to help protect the technological world from solar storms.
New spaces and equipment remove barriers to inventiveness.
It's not only Dartmouth students who receive a Thayer-inspired education. Alumni who teach at universities throughout the country bring their Thayer experiences into their own classrooms and labs. We asked eight alumni in academe about their research, Thayer influences, and how to encourage more people to become engineers.
The nation wants more engineers. Dean Joseph J. Helble says we need a different kind of engineer.
Professors Charles Sullivan and Jason Stauth are brightening the future of solar energy.
From the microstructure of snow to the massiveness of ice sheets, from fundamental science to practical applications, from Thayer's ice lab to the earth's polar regions, Thayer researchers are uncovering what snow and ice reveal about the world.
Judy Geer ’75 Th’83 and her family combine national-level athletic training with sustainable living practices.