‘Campus Conversations’ Wrap Up With a Look at Global Learning


The eighth and final session of the “Campus Conversations” series, focused on “Global Learning Experiences,” is set for Monday, May 12.

(Photo by Joseph Mehling ’69)

Lynn Higgins, associate dean of faculty for international and interdisciplinary studies, and Lindsay Whaley, interim vice provost and associate provost for international initiatives, will host two campus meetings. The first will begin at noon in the Hood auditorium and the second will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Fahey Hall ground floor lounge.

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The noontime session will also be live-streamed over the Dartmouth YouTube Channel and will be archived on the Office of the President web page.

Under the banner of “Moving Dartmouth Forward,” “Campus Conversations” is a series of public meetings designed to give community members the opportunity to discuss and contribute to the initiatives President Phil Hanlon ’77 announced during fall 2013. These events are sponsored by the Office of the President and open to all students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

The series was initiated by President Hanlon in February, and among the topics discussed over the spring term were “The D Plan,” “Digital Learning,” “Addressing Sexual Assault,” and “Arts and Innovation.” A complete list of topics as well as web videos of each event is available on the Office of the President web site. Community members have also continued the conversations through the Improve Dartmouth website.

Bill Platt