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NPR

A New Study Points to a Key Window of Opportunity to Save Greenland's Ice Sheet

Professor Hélène Seroussi is featured in an article about the Greenland ice sheet. "The larger the overshoot, the less time you have to respond and start removing the CO2," Seroussi said.

Oct 18, 2023

Fortune

Mira Murati, the Young CTO of OpenAI, is Building ChatGPT and Shaping Your Future

Chief technology officer of OpenAI, Mira Murati Th'12, is featured. "I think the downside is a race to the bottom on safety," Murati said of competition in AI.

Oct 05, 2023

The New York Times

Here’s Life on an Expedition to Track Declining Arctic Ice

PhD student Ian Raphael '18 is pictured twice in an article about the "ArcWatch" Arctic expedition that includes more than 50 scientists and engineers using specialized instruments—including ice mass balance buoys developed at Thayer that are part of an Arctic-wide autonomous observation network.

Sep 22, 2023

Inside Higher Ed

3 Questions About Dartmouth's First Fully Online Degree

Dean Alexis Abramson is featured in an article about Dartmouth's partnership with Coursera to launch a fully online master of engineering in computer engineering. "This is Dartmouth’s first fully online degree, and it creates new, life-changing opportunities for more students," Abramson said.

Sep 18, 2023

Fortune

This Ivy League is creating its first ever fully online degree program. Here's how it could help you advance your career in computer engineering

Dean Alexis Abramson is featured in an article about Dartmouth's partnership with Coursera to launch a fully online master of engineering in computer engineering. "We decided to go all in to be fully online to really allow us to reach an even broader audience," Abramson said.

Sep 14, 2023

Forbes

Dartmouth to Partner With Coursera for Online Master of Engineering

Dean Alexis Abramson is featured in an article about Dartmouth's partnership with Coursera to launch a fully online master of engineering in computer engineering. "It's critical that today's engineers not only build skills around the intricacies of technology and science, but also consider the profound human and societal implications of their work."

Sep 14, 2023

Valley News

A Life: Bob Dean ‘always had this notion there has to be a better way’

A story about the late Robert Dean, a Thayer professor who co-founded 10 companies, including Creare and Hypertherm, notes his impact in the Upper Valley. Dean, who died in January at 94, also held more than two dozen patents.

Sep 11, 2023

VermontBiz

QUEL Imaging begins $2 million Phase II SBIR contract with NCI

A story about startup funding for a company co-founded in 2019 by Ethan LaRochelle Th'20 and Alberto Ruiz Th'22, noting that their work will be supported by a sub-award to Thayer professor Kimberley Samkoe at the Dartmouth Center for Imaging Medicine.

Sep 08, 2023

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