Sian Leah Beilock Inaugurated as Dartmouth’s 19th President
The first woman to lead Dartmouth issues a visionary call to action.
How Tesla’s Charging Stations Left Other Manufacturers in the Dust
“Firms that dream of being the next Tesla should carefully examine why they are so far behind,” write Dartmouth’s Geoffrey Parker and his co-authors in a column about why Tesla is the market leader among electric vehicle makers.
COVID-19 Dashboards Are Vital, Yet Flawed, Sources of Public Information
Dartmouth’s Jacqueline Wernimont discusses the shortcomings of COVID-19 dashboards, saying such dashboards are “unusual in the history of dashboards in that they share information but not in a way that allows ordinary people to take action.”
Inaugural Poet Amanda Gorman ‘Has Always Been an Absolute Supernova’
Amanda Gorman’s inaugural reading was, says Dartmouth’s Joshua Bennett, “a powerful example of what can emerge at the intersection of a robust commitment to the dance of language on paper, and the singular power of poems given to the air.”