In his first major address to the Dartmouth faculty, President Phil Hanlon ’77 outlined his vision for the College’s next decade, emphasizing the importance of experiential learning, reports the Associated Press in a story published in the San Francisco Chronicle.
“You don’t get that by sitting in a classroom and having someone talk to you. You learn that by doing—by trying, by failing, by being coached, by trying again,” Hanlon said, according to the AP.
Hanlon described a number of goals, which include expanding Thayer School of Engineering, increasing the size of the faculty, and creating a free-standing graduate school, the AP reports.
Read the full story, published 11/5/13 by the San Francisco Chronicle via the Associated Press.