McGuire Prizewinner Around Campus

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Rose Mutiso ’08, Thayer ’08, spent a week at Dartmouth during Climate and Energy Week.

Rose Mutiso ’08, Thayer ’08, spent a week on campus during Climate and Energy Week to accept the McGuire Family Prize for Societal Impact, which honored the Kenyan-born alum for her energy expertise and activism.

During her visit, Mutiso met with students and delivered a speech on energy poverty. Watch the video.


Rose Mutiso
Rose Mutiso ’08, Thayer ’08, lectures on energy poverty and Africa. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Rose Mutiso delivering a lunchtime talk
Mutiso speaks with Global Health and Development Fellows and Great Issues Scholars at the Dickey Center during her weeklong visit to receive the McGuire Prize. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)
David Kotz and Rose Mutiso
Provost David Kotz ’86 presented Mutiso with the McGuire Family Prize for Societal Impact. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Attendees of the McGuire Prize event
On hand to help celebrate the award to Mutiso are, from left, family friend Richard Bukenya, sisters Patricia Mutiso and Lilian Mutiso, nephew Derrick Kagwanja, his partner Leslie Rabi, and family friend Carolyne Bukenya. (Photo by Robert Gill)
People dine in the atrium
Attendees at the McGuire Family Prize awards ceremony enjoy dinner in the atrium of the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Terry and Carolyn Carr McGuire
Terry McGuire, Thayer ’82, and Carolyn Carr McGuire, Tuck ’83, sit for an interview with the Media Production Group during McGuire Prize festivities. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)
Rose Mutiso and her son
Mutiso, holding her son Mutua Laurence, talks with engineering professor Lee Lynd and Betsy Rybeck Lynd at the awards ceremony. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Barbara Will speaks with McGuire Prize event attendees
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Barbara Will speaks with attendees. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Rose Mutiso giving an interview
Mutiso is interviewed by Dartmouth’s Media Production Group during her weeklong visit celebrating the McGuire Prize. She was the second recipient of the Dartmouth award. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)