Dartmouth Hosts First International Vaccine Conference
Interdisciplinary problem-solving is key to vaccine research, access, and acceptance.
Bob Norman: ‘He Brought It to Another Level’
An “A Life” profile of the professor emeritus of mathematics, who died in June at 97, noted he was a mentor in the Women in Science Project, helped found the Hanover Conservancy, and was the thesis adviser for President Philip J. Hanlon ’77.
Twenty-Five Years After Karen Wetterhahn Died, Her Influence Persists
The chemistry professor left legacies in the scientific method, lab safety, and encouraging women in science. And former President James Wright says, “She would have been an exceptional university president.”
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