Dartmouth Engineer Magazine – Spring 2021
Cameron Plank Th'21 watched as prototype after prototype broke down in the Arctic ice. Failure pushed him to create a better tool to help scientists "see" climate change as never before.
As global challenges grow increasingly complex, Dartmouth engineers look for untapped solutions by first, building a diverse and inclusive community.
The difference between minutes and hours to diagnose an illness literally means life or death. That's why PhD candidate Alison Burklund and Amogha Tadimety Th'20 were determined to spin their work into a startup focused on developing life-saving technology. The two launched Nanopath, whose diagnostic tool has the potential to save hundreds of thousands of lives a year. READ MORE»
LAB REPORT | Dartmouth Engineering-led study shows promise for a lysin-based antibacterial agent that may enable safe, repeated dosing to treat life-threatening staph infections.
LAB REPORT | A new study suggests the most habitable region for life on Mars would have been deep below its surface, likely due to subsurface melting of ice sheets from geothermal heat.
Construction on the new Center for Engineering and Computer Science is on schedule to be completed this fall, transforming the West End into Dartmouth's new hub of human-centered innovation.
Dartmouth Engineering and the department of German studies is launching a new multidisciplinary study-abroad program in Berlin, Germany, focused on sustainability.
We celebrate students who developed self-driving lunar vehicles to faculty patents, awards, student publications, and more.
Dartmouth Engineering welcomed Ethan Murphy, Elizabeth Murnane, Geoffroy Hautier, and Kimberly Samkoe to the faculty.
I Want One of Those
In an effort to foster spontaneous connections among students—who are discouraged from attending large gatherings due to COVID-19—a team of undergraduates designed and built HangNow and won the Phillip R. Jackson Award for best overall performance in ENGS 21: Introduction to Engineering.
Dartmouth engineering students demo their ENGS 21 project: HangNow—a system to foster spontaneous connections among students in the age of COVID.
Just One Question | Q: What element of your Thayer career would you like to experience again?
Thayer Notes | Notes and news from Dartmouth Engineering alumni
Obituaries: Spring 2021 | Remembering our Dartmouth Engineering alumni and friends
In Memoriam: Spring 2021 | Honoring Wayne Nils Tobiasson Th'74 and Victor Surprenant
Alexandria (Fecych) Favazza '07 discusses her switch from practicing science and math to teaching it.
Dave Seliger '12 works to look for ways to improve complex municipal systems.
A round-up of spotlight news on Dartmouth Engineering alumni.
"I'm an Engineer and an Olympian"
"Making the team is still pretty surreal to me, and this is the first time that a Puerto Rican women's basketball team has made it to the Olympics. We made history. It's kind of hard to believe."
—Isalys Quiñones '19 Th'20