Forecasting World Population Growth
"Most of the population growth in the next 80 years is going to come from Sub-Saharan Africa," says Paul Novosad, and assistant professor of economics. "The world will be in much better shape if the next 2 billion Africans grow up with high economic opportunity and high education levels."

Dartmouth In The News

  • Dance Theatre of Harlem Has a New Partnership With the Hopkins Center

    DanceTeacher

    A story about a partnership between the dance company and the Hop notes that Dartmouth’s Monica White Ndounou and John Heginbotham co-taught a course this summer challenging students to create dance as a means for effecting social change.

  • Language Barriers and the COVID-19 Crisis

    Latino Rebels

    In a story about language barriers and health, Dartmouth’s Roberto Rey Agudo says better language services and new language policies alone won’t be enough, but that “there is no doubt that languages matter when it comes to public health.”

  • The Nation Wanted to Eat Out Again. Everyone Has Paid the Price.

    The New York Times

    In a story about the spread of COVID-19 from indoor public dining compared to outdoor public dining, Dartmouth’s Lindsey Leininger says, "As of recently, we still hadn't traced a major U.S. outbreak of any sort to an outdoor exposure."
     

  • Four Years Later, Life Changes for Runners Who Shared Olympic Moment

    NBC

    In a story about Dartmouth’s Abbey (D'Agostino) Cooper '14, fellow runner Nikki Hamblin, and a life-changing moment during their ’16 Olympic debut, Cooper says, “We haven’t had a ton of time together, but we’re connected by a powerful moment.”

Dartmouth In The News

  • Dance Theatre of Harlem Has a New Partnership With the Hopkins Center

    DanceTeacher

    A story about a partnership between the dance company and the Hop notes that Dartmouth’s Monica White Ndounou and John Heginbotham co-taught a course this summer challenging students to create dance as a means for effecting social change.

  • Language Barriers and the COVID-19 Crisis

    Latino Rebels

    In a story about language barriers and health, Dartmouth’s Roberto Rey Agudo says better language services and new language policies alone won’t be enough, but that “there is no doubt that languages matter when it comes to public health.”

  • The Nation Wanted to Eat Out Again. Everyone Has Paid the Price.

    The New York Times

    In a story about the spread of COVID-19 from indoor public dining compared to outdoor public dining, Dartmouth’s Lindsey Leininger says, "As of recently, we still hadn't traced a major U.S. outbreak of any sort to an outdoor exposure."
     

  • Four Years Later, Life Changes for Runners Who Shared Olympic Moment

    NBC

    In a story about Dartmouth’s Abbey (D'Agostino) Cooper '14, fellow runner Nikki Hamblin, and a life-changing moment during their ’16 Olympic debut, Cooper says, “We haven’t had a ton of time together, but we’re connected by a powerful moment.”

Dartmouth In The News

  • Dance Theatre of Harlem Has a New Partnership With the Hopkins Center

    DanceTeacher

    A story about a partnership between the dance company and the Hop notes that Dartmouth’s Monica White Ndounou and John Heginbotham co-taught a course this summer challenging students to create dance as a means for effecting social change.

  • Language Barriers and the COVID-19 Crisis

    Latino Rebels

    In a story about language barriers and health, Dartmouth’s Roberto Rey Agudo says better language services and new language policies alone won’t be enough, but that “there is no doubt that languages matter when it comes to public health.”

  • The Nation Wanted to Eat Out Again. Everyone Has Paid the Price.

    The New York Times

    In a story about the spread of COVID-19 from indoor public dining compared to outdoor public dining, Dartmouth’s Lindsey Leininger says, "As of recently, we still hadn't traced a major U.S. outbreak of any sort to an outdoor exposure."
     

  • Four Years Later, Life Changes for Runners Who Shared Olympic Moment

    NBC

    In a story about Dartmouth’s Abbey (D'Agostino) Cooper '14, fellow runner Nikki Hamblin, and a life-changing moment during their ’16 Olympic debut, Cooper says, “We haven’t had a ton of time together, but we’re connected by a powerful moment.”

"Our college has a thorough pandemic plan around health and safety, and how to manage quarantine."
Nina Paripovic '22, returning to campus from New Zealand |