Dartmouth Students Travel the Globe


Although Dartmouth students are hard at work with their fall term studies, nine of them took some time out to tell Dartmouth Now about the experiences they had last summer. From Hiroshima to the ice fields of Greenland, from the open road to a NASA laboratory, these students expanded their Dartmouth experience and their horizons. Click on the image below to view a slideshow of images of the nine at their summer jobs and to read about what they did and what they learned.


Betsy Dain-Owens ’10 Thayer ’11 (4th from left) stands behind the Big Green Bus, Dartmouth’s own “Vehicle for Change” with 9 other crew members. (Photo courtesy of Betsy Dain-Owens)

Tiffany Pollack