Exhibit Celebrates 400th Anniversary of the First Folio
The student-curated show explores Dartmouth’s Shakespeare-related archives.
Charles Wurster’s Fight of a Lifetime: Protecting the Environment and Birds
Charles Wurster, who as a research associate at Dartmouth in 1963 linked bird deaths to the use of DDT on elm trees in Hanover, died this month at 92. Wurster also co-founded the Environmental Defense Fund.
The Boston Globe
How Do PFAS Interact With Lake Food Webs?
In a report on a study of how PFAS compounds in six N.H. lakes affect wildlife, ecologist Celia Chen ’78, Guarini ’94, says, “The reason that PFAS is on everybody’s radar these days is because there’s a real emerging literature on the human health effects.”
New Hampshire Bulletin