Dartmouth Dialogues Around Campus

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Lectures, workshops, and open conversations get the bridge-building initiative going.

Dia Draper, Sian Leah Beilock, and Charles Wheelan '88
Dia Draper, assistant dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion at Tuck, left, speaks with President Sian Leah Beilock and Tuck adjunct professor Charles Wheelan ’88 at the Tuck Conversation event on Feb. 6. (Photo by Laura DeCapua)
People sitting around a conference table
Josiah Green ’25 speaks at a student-led event sponsored by the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning where members of the Dartmouth Black Student-Athlete Alliance shared their lived experiences and opened dialogue about the challenges and issues they face. (Photo by Cade Bettinger)
Hope Hall '26 speaking
Hope Hall ’26 speaks at the DCAL event. (Photo by Cade Bettinger)
Hope Hall, Jenna Brown, and Josiah Green
Hope Hall ’26, Jenna Brown ’25, and Josiah Green ’25 at the Jan. 24 DCAL event to promote dialogue around campus. (Photo by Cade Bettinger)
Marc Brackett giving a presentation
Marc Brackett, a Yale professor, researcher, and author, gave the inaugural Dialogue Project lecture on Jan. 26, talking about the power of emotional intelligence. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
Student workshop on emotional intelligence
Marc Brackett, an expert on emotional intelligence, conducts a Jan. 27 workshop for house communities inside The Onion as part of the Dialogue Project. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)