Succeeding in Hybrid, Online Med School Classes
Starting medical school during a pandemic is daunting, says the magazine, noting that the Geisel School of Medicine plans to use a hybrid model for first-year students: Large-group learning will be remote, and small groups can meet in person.
A Kaleidoscope of Colors at the Organic Farm
Summer seems a perfect time to take a closer look at what’s happening at the Dartmouth Organic Farm. Even without the usual help from students, Farm Program Manager Laura Braasch and Molly McBride ’14, a fellow with the Sustainability Office, have kept the farm running, providing produce to those in need locally and finding creative ways to connect with students remotely. The farm is teeming with life right now, every plant and insect doing its part, resulting in a nutritious and beautiful kaleidoscope of colors and textures. (Photos by Robert Gill)
‘The Low-Density University: 15 Scenarios for Higher Education’
In a story about a new book by Dartmouth’s Joshua Kim and a co-author, he says the two have been “talking with our colleagues … about what the long-term impact of the pandemic will be for how colleges and universities are organized and run.”