The next “Moving Dartmouth Forward” community discussion, set for Tuesday, April 22, will explore ways to combat sexual assault at Dartmouth, a topic President Phil Hanlon ’77 identified as an urgent priority when he spoke before a summit of students, trustees, alumni, and staff last week.
The session, the sixth “Campus Conversation” in the series, will be led by Dartmouth’s General Counsel Robert Donin, Dean of the College Charlotte Johnson, and Director of the Office of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs Leigh Remy.
The first session will be held from noon to 1 p.m. in the auditorium of the Hood Museum of Art, located on the lower level of the museum. The second session will take place at an earlier time from the other programs—5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Fahey lounge.
The “Moving Dartmouth Forward: Campus Conversations” series is designed to give community members an opportunity to discuss ideas related to the initiatives of President Phil Hanlon ’77, to generate new ideas, and to advance implementation of the president’s plans to ensure that Dartmouth remains the premiere undergraduate teaching institution while deepening the impact of its scholarship nationally and internationally.
The “Campus Conversations" will continue into the spring; each session takes place from noon to 1 p.m., and again from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Below is the current schedule of the sessions, with presenters for each one.
- April 22: Addressing Sexual Assault at DartmouthPresenters: Robert Donin, general counsel; Charlotte Johnson, dean of the College; and Leigh Remy, director of the Office of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs. Note: The evening session is 5:30-6:30 p.m.
- April 28: Arts and InnovationPresenters: Trip Davis, executive director of the Office of Entrepreneurship & Technology Transfer; and Adrian Randolph, associate dean of the faculty of arts and humanities and the Leon E. Williams Professor of Art History.
- May 12: Global Learning ExperiencesPresenters: Lynn Higgins, associate dean of the faculty for international and interdisciplinary studies; and Lindsay Whaley, associate provost for international initiatives.