Over 40 departments and programs constitute Dartmouth’s liberal arts core, which promotes critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration among our students. The liberal arts imperative informs every field of study and crosses departments, programs, and schools. Our students learn to ask bigger questions and apply more perspectives to the answers. They gain a deeper understanding of humanity and a broader view of what’s at stake for societies and throughout the world.
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The closeness of Dartmouth’s academic community and the proximity of its resources have a way of bringing individual students together with the scholar or researcher who can ignite an unquenchable curiosity.
Airlines can actually improve operations for everyone by understanding what their customers are thinking.
For me, it was just so exciting to try to bring more of these stories to the foreground.
Ella Bell Smith
I want my students to learn about this and be able to have conversations.
The true costs of climate change are far higher than we’ve calculated so far.
It’ll be a great way to connect people in different disciplines who are interested in engaging in a shared outcome.
When people feel like they can almost finish each other’s sentences ... that’s when two people are clicking.
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You’ll bring unique talents and perspectives to our diverse, dynamic community. Wherever you’re from, you’ll fit right in.