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Dartmouth in the News

  • The New Inquiry

    Hannah Thompson Croasdale, the first woman to get tenure at Dartmouth, was an internationally known phycologist as well as a trailblazer. “But she really wanted to be remembered as a passionate educator above all else,” says Caroline Cook ’21.

  • MIT Sloan Management Review

    In a column, Professor Vijay Govindarajan and Jeffrey Immelt ’78, former Dartmouth trustee and former General Electric CEO, discuss using GE as a case study to show that digital transformation is no longer optional for industrial companies.

  • The New York Times

    The Hood Museum of Art and other college and university museums share a goal: raising the bar for the academic and cultural life of a campus and its environs, says the paper, noting nearly 7,000 objects in the Hood’s Native American holdings.

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