Dartmouth Announces Day of Caring Set for Oct. 21
Classes will be suspended to allow time to grieve, learn, and comfort one another.
Bangladeshi Scientist Leads Study Offering Clearer Look at Black Holes
A study led by postdoctoral research associate Tonima Tasnim Ananna that clarifies the mystery of supermassive black holes in rapid growth stage is highlighted. She plans to “expand our study to larger distances of the universe.”
New Study Discusses Circle of Life for Supermassive Black Holes
In a story on his work on how supermassive black holes are formed, physicist Ryan Hickox calls the research “a critical piece that can help us answer that question and I expect it to become a touchstone reference for this research discipline.”
Meet the First Astronomer-in-Residence at the Central Idaho Dark Sky Reserve
Catherine Slaughter ’21 says she “cried like a baby” in happiness when she first saw “real, true dark skies” while at an observatory in South Africa during a foreign study program sponsored by the Department of Physics and Astronomy in 2019.