Engineering Students Win NASA Challenge Award
The team of eight students received the Best Technical Paper award in NASA's Breakthrough, Innovative and Game-changing (BIG) Idea Challenge. The students, chosen from finalists selected nationwide, presented a lunar exploration prototype that uses robots and is designed not to get stuck.

Dartmouth In The News

  • What Janet Yellen Would Bring—and Face—as Treasury Secretary

    Marketplace

    "She will be maybe the most qualified treasury secretary we've ever had in the history of the United States," says Dartmouth's Andrew Levin about the upcoming confirmation hearing for Secretary of the Treasury nominee Janet Yellen.

  • America's COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Is Way Too Complicated

    Vox

    Dartmouth’s Kendall Hoyt says there’s a "trade-off between speed and efficacy" in distributing the vaccine. "If we’re going for the perfect solution to such a degree that we have to throw out doses at the end of the day, then we’re failing."

  • Joanne Rogers, Memory-Keeper of 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,' Dies at 92

    The Washington Post

    Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers '50, aka Mr. Rogers, has died at age 92. Happily known as "Mrs. Rogers," she was "his loyal partner for 50 years and later a memory-keeper for his message of kindness," the Post writes.

  • The Lawyers and Doctors Making America's Crisis Worse

    The Atlantic

    In an opinion piece about the way some rogue professionals have worked against the public interest, Dartmouth's Brooke Harrington writes that more professional organizations need to step up, use their sanction power, and protect the public.

Dartmouth In The News

  • What Janet Yellen Would Bring—and Face—as Treasury Secretary

    Marketplace

    "She will be maybe the most qualified treasury secretary we've ever had in the history of the United States," says Dartmouth's Andrew Levin about the upcoming confirmation hearing for Secretary of the Treasury nominee Janet Yellen.

  • America's COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Is Way Too Complicated

    Vox

    Dartmouth’s Kendall Hoyt says there’s a "trade-off between speed and efficacy" in distributing the vaccine. "If we’re going for the perfect solution to such a degree that we have to throw out doses at the end of the day, then we’re failing."

  • Joanne Rogers, Memory-Keeper of 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,' Dies at 92

    The Washington Post

    Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers '50, aka Mr. Rogers, has died at age 92. Happily known as "Mrs. Rogers," she was "his loyal partner for 50 years and later a memory-keeper for his message of kindness," the Post writes.

  • The Lawyers and Doctors Making America's Crisis Worse

    The Atlantic

    In an opinion piece about the way some rogue professionals have worked against the public interest, Dartmouth's Brooke Harrington writes that more professional organizations need to step up, use their sanction power, and protect the public.

Dartmouth In The News

  • What Janet Yellen Would Bring—and Face—as Treasury Secretary

    Marketplace

    "She will be maybe the most qualified treasury secretary we've ever had in the history of the United States," says Dartmouth's Andrew Levin about the upcoming confirmation hearing for Secretary of the Treasury nominee Janet Yellen.

  • America's COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Is Way Too Complicated

    Vox

    Dartmouth’s Kendall Hoyt says there’s a "trade-off between speed and efficacy" in distributing the vaccine. "If we’re going for the perfect solution to such a degree that we have to throw out doses at the end of the day, then we’re failing."

  • Joanne Rogers, Memory-Keeper of 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,' Dies at 92

    The Washington Post

    Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers '50, aka Mr. Rogers, has died at age 92. Happily known as "Mrs. Rogers," she was "his loyal partner for 50 years and later a memory-keeper for his message of kindness," the Post writes.

  • The Lawyers and Doctors Making America's Crisis Worse

    The Atlantic

    In an opinion piece about the way some rogue professionals have worked against the public interest, Dartmouth's Brooke Harrington writes that more professional organizations need to step up, use their sanction power, and protect the public.

"These conversations can be hard. They can be awkward, they can be scary, but they are necessary."
Dia Draper, assistant dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion at the Tuck School of Business |