Former Diplomat to Lead Dickey Center
Victoria K. Holt will leave a Washington, D.C.-based think tank to become director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. She is a former U.S. deputy assistant secretary of state for international security in the Bureau of International Organization Affairs in the Obama Administration.

Dartmouth In The News

  • Dartmouth Study Shows Renewable Energy Enhances Power Grid's Resilience

    NH Business Review

    The researchers "concluded that there are no structural trade-offs between grid sustainability and resilience enhancements," Dartmouth's Amro Farid, principal investigator, says in the story.

  • Biden's Infrastructure Plan Is More Than Roads and Tough to Measure

    Bloomberg

    A story about the Biden infrastructure plan cites research by James Feyrer, professor of economics, which found that spending on roads and bridges may have helped create as many as five million jobs through the 2009 Obama stimulus law.

  • Daily Briefing: Comings and Goings

    The Chronicle of Higher Education

    Shontay Delalue, vice president for institutional equity and diversity at Brown University, has been named the first senior vice president and senior diversity officer at Dartmouth College.

  • Those Nasty Cyanobacteria Blooms Are Like a Monster B-Movie

    Concord Monitor

    An article, co-authored by biology professor Kathryn Cottingham and long-time collaborator Cayelan Carey '06, stresses the importance of examining the complete lifecycle of freshwater cyanobacterial blooms rather than just the surface blooms.

Financial Aid
Financial Aid Commitment Expanded
Financial aid helped these alumni. Soon, talented students from middle-income families will qualify for full-tuition scholarships without loans.

Dartmouth In The News

  • Dartmouth Study Shows Renewable Energy Enhances Power Grid's Resilience

    NH Business Review

    The researchers "concluded that there are no structural trade-offs between grid sustainability and resilience enhancements," Dartmouth's Amro Farid, principal investigator, says in the story.

  • Biden's Infrastructure Plan Is More Than Roads and Tough to Measure

    Bloomberg

    A story about the Biden infrastructure plan cites research by James Feyrer, professor of economics, which found that spending on roads and bridges may have helped create as many as five million jobs through the 2009 Obama stimulus law.

  • Daily Briefing: Comings and Goings

    The Chronicle of Higher Education

    Shontay Delalue, vice president for institutional equity and diversity at Brown University, has been named the first senior vice president and senior diversity officer at Dartmouth College.

  • Those Nasty Cyanobacteria Blooms Are Like a Monster B-Movie

    Concord Monitor

    An article, co-authored by biology professor Kathryn Cottingham and long-time collaborator Cayelan Carey '06, stresses the importance of examining the complete lifecycle of freshwater cyanobacterial blooms rather than just the surface blooms.

Dartmouth In The News

  • Dartmouth Study Shows Renewable Energy Enhances Power Grid's Resilience

    NH Business Review

    The researchers "concluded that there are no structural trade-offs between grid sustainability and resilience enhancements," Dartmouth's Amro Farid, principal investigator, says in the story.

  • Biden's Infrastructure Plan Is More Than Roads and Tough to Measure

    Bloomberg

    A story about the Biden infrastructure plan cites research by James Feyrer, professor of economics, which found that spending on roads and bridges may have helped create as many as five million jobs through the 2009 Obama stimulus law.

  • Daily Briefing: Comings and Goings

    The Chronicle of Higher Education

    Shontay Delalue, vice president for institutional equity and diversity at Brown University, has been named the first senior vice president and senior diversity officer at Dartmouth College.

  • Those Nasty Cyanobacteria Blooms Are Like a Monster B-Movie

    Concord Monitor

    An article, co-authored by biology professor Kathryn Cottingham and long-time collaborator Cayelan Carey '06, stresses the importance of examining the complete lifecycle of freshwater cyanobacterial blooms rather than just the surface blooms.

Financial Aid
Financial Aid Commitment Expanded
Financial aid helped these alumni. Soon, talented students from middle-income families will qualify for full-tuition scholarships without loans.
"This decision removes a barrier to educational opportunity for them and is a major step toward reducing post-college indebtedness for our students."
Julie McKenna '89, a co-chair of Dartmouth's Presidential Commission on Financial Aid |