Eric Schaller Named AAAS Fellow
Citing his "distinguished contributions to the field of plant signaling, particularly for novel insights into plant hormone biology," the American Association for the Advancement of Science has named G. Eric Schaller an AAAS Fellow.

Dartmouth In The News

  • Americans Decided Their Own Truth This Election Season

    Detroit Free Press

    "No one is saying they shouldn't play a role, but when misinformation is coming from mainstream sources, from elites in one of the two major parties, that's a very difficult problem," says Dartmouth's Brendan Nyhan about the election season.

  • In 2020, Number of International Students in U.S. Dropped By 16%, New Data Show

    NPR

    Having fewer international students in the U.S. is a concern, says Dartmouth's Alexis Abramson. "Engineers and scientists invent things and innovate and start new companies and solve a lot of the most pressing problems facing our world."

  • COVID-19 Vaccines Could Arrive in New Hampshire by the End of 2020

    WMUR

    "As a society, as a species, it's hard to overstate the enthusiasm within the expert community … . In terms of safety, in terms of efficacy across age populations," says Dartmouth's Elizabeth Talbot about the status of COVID-19 vaccines.

  • An Ancient People With a Modern Climate Plan

    The Washington Post

    In a story about Native Americans in Washington state dealing with climate change, Swinomish tribe member Todd Mitchell '93 says it's important to take "straight-up science in the academic sense and put it together with traditional knowledge."

Student in a red t-shirt and glasses.
What Are You Thankful For?
It's been a fall term unlike any other. However, despite the challenges, students have still found much to be grateful for.

Dartmouth In The News

  • Americans Decided Their Own Truth This Election Season

    Detroit Free Press

    "No one is saying they shouldn't play a role, but when misinformation is coming from mainstream sources, from elites in one of the two major parties, that's a very difficult problem," says Dartmouth's Brendan Nyhan about the election season.

  • In 2020, Number of International Students in U.S. Dropped By 16%, New Data Show

    NPR

    Having fewer international students in the U.S. is a concern, says Dartmouth's Alexis Abramson. "Engineers and scientists invent things and innovate and start new companies and solve a lot of the most pressing problems facing our world."

  • COVID-19 Vaccines Could Arrive in New Hampshire by the End of 2020

    WMUR

    "As a society, as a species, it's hard to overstate the enthusiasm within the expert community … . In terms of safety, in terms of efficacy across age populations," says Dartmouth's Elizabeth Talbot about the status of COVID-19 vaccines.

  • An Ancient People With a Modern Climate Plan

    The Washington Post

    In a story about Native Americans in Washington state dealing with climate change, Swinomish tribe member Todd Mitchell '93 says it's important to take "straight-up science in the academic sense and put it together with traditional knowledge."

Dartmouth In The News

  • Americans Decided Their Own Truth This Election Season

    Detroit Free Press

    "No one is saying they shouldn't play a role, but when misinformation is coming from mainstream sources, from elites in one of the two major parties, that's a very difficult problem," says Dartmouth's Brendan Nyhan about the election season.

  • In 2020, Number of International Students in U.S. Dropped By 16%, New Data Show

    NPR

    Having fewer international students in the U.S. is a concern, says Dartmouth's Alexis Abramson. "Engineers and scientists invent things and innovate and start new companies and solve a lot of the most pressing problems facing our world."

  • COVID-19 Vaccines Could Arrive in New Hampshire by the End of 2020

    WMUR

    "As a society, as a species, it's hard to overstate the enthusiasm within the expert community … . In terms of safety, in terms of efficacy across age populations," says Dartmouth's Elizabeth Talbot about the status of COVID-19 vaccines.

  • An Ancient People With a Modern Climate Plan

    The Washington Post

    In a story about Native Americans in Washington state dealing with climate change, Swinomish tribe member Todd Mitchell '93 says it's important to take "straight-up science in the academic sense and put it together with traditional knowledge."

Student in a red t-shirt and glasses.
What Are You Thankful For?
It's been a fall term unlike any other. However, despite the challenges, students have still found much to be grateful for.
"Not unexpectedly, other countries retaliated by imposing stiff tariffs on our exports. And when the administration placed tariffs on China, imports were simply diverted to Vietnam and other foreign suppliers without reshoring production."
Douglas Irwin, the John French Professor of Economics |