Dartmouth Engineer - The Magazine of Thayer School of EngineeringDartmouth Engineer - The Magazine of Thayer School of Engineering

Web Extras

CoolStuff

Quick Takes on Life at Thayer

Professor Laura Ray is distributing dozens of small driverless cars to professors across the country as part of an NSF-funded study on how to incorporate active-learning into math-heavy courses.

Thayer Exports New Vehicle for Active Learning

June 2018

Professor Laura Ray is sending small driverless cars to professors across the country to help incorporate active-learning into math-heavy courses.

HackDartmouth IV drew a record turnout for a 24-hour coding marathon held April 14–15 at Thayer School.

HackDartmouth Embodies ‘the Spirit of the Hack’

May 2018

HackDartmouth IV drew a record turnout for a 24-hour coding marathon held April 14–15 at Thayer School.

More CoolStuff >>

Thayer by Degrees

BE, MEM, MS, and PhD News

Two Dual Degree students have each received a $30,000 year-long Thomas J. Watson Fellowship for an independent study outside the US.

Dual-Degree Students Take Up Overseas Fellowships

BE Program, June 2017

Two Dual Degree students have each received a $30,000 year-long Thomas J. Watson Fellowship for an independent study outside the US.

The inventions of Professor Rick Greenwald Th’88 have prevented injuries on the slopes, the trail, and the football field and are used in rehab centers all over the country.

"I've always been a builder" —Rick Greenwald, National Academy of Inventors Fellow

, February 2017

The inventions of Professor Rick Greenwald Th’88 prevent injuries on the slopes, the trail, and the football field and are used in rehab centers all over the country.

Andrew Silvernail D’94, government major, CEO of IDEX and new Thayer Board Member, explains how ENGS (

"My entire work life is an extension of the concepts learned in ENGS 21"

, July 2016

Andrew Silvernail D’94, government major, CEO of IDEX and new Thayer Board Member, explains how teamwork at Thayer had a major impact on his career.

The MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition pitted seven teams from the nation's best MEM programs, including Dartmouth's, against each other.

Teams from Top MEM Schools Gain Real-World Lessons in "Business War Games"

MEM Program, April 2016

The MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition pitted seven teams from the nation's best MEM programs, including Dartmouth's, against each other.

More Thayer by Degrees >>