$52 Million Tuck Gift to Fund Summit on Health, Wealth, and Sustainability
The anonymous gift, the largest in Tuck’s history, will endow a new One Dartmouth initiative aimed at creating integrative solutions to complex global challenges.
Autism-Related Conditions Linked to Altered Visual Perception
“Children with genetic conditions linked to autism perform atypically on a test of binocular rivalry,” reports Spectrum about a study led by Dartmouth’s Caroline Robertson that linked autism-related conditions to altered visual perception.
‘On Juneteenth,’ and Black America’s Neglected Origin Stories
In her new book, historian Annette Gordon-Reed ’81 writes that, “in the case of Black people, limitations of the history and possibility of our origin stories have helped create and maintain an extremely narrow construction of Blackness.”