Dartmouth Alumni Events
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|2014-9-19 to 2014-10-19|
How-and why-did the Religious Right emerge as a political movement in the 1970's?
The Dartmouth Club of Northeast Ohio invites alumni, family, and friends to join them as the continue their tour of the Metroparks with a stop at Hinkley Reservation.
Join Professor Kenneth Sharpe ’66 and Dr. Joseph O’Donnell for talks on how practical wisdom can help us lead satisfying lives.
Join the Dartmouth Club of Greater Boston in watching the Red Sox play the Rays at Fenway Park.
Join fellow alumni and Brett Gamboa, Dartmouth professor of English, and celebrate the 450th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare with a weekend at the Oregon Shakespear
The Dartmouth Club of New York invites fellow alumni, family and friends to join them in their Oktoberfest celebration!
This program has sold out. We are planning to hold this event again on May 16, 2015. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the wait list for the October 11, 2014 event,
The Dartmouth Club of New York and DAEMA invites alumni, family, and friends to join them as they watch the critically acclaimed parody "50 Shades! The Musical."
Ideally, students should start planning for college early in their high school career, ensuring a comprehensive plan for their high school courses and extracurricular activities.
"From 'Death Panels' to Vaccine Myths: The Challenge of Health Misinformation" with Brendan Nyhan, Assistant Professor of Government.
Why do people hold false or unsupported beliefs about health care and why are those beliefs so hard to change? This lecture will describe the psychological factors that make people
Join us in Hanover for a parade and bonfire on the Green. Stay warm with the spark of the Dartmouth spirit.
Antarctica and Greenland contain enough glacier ice to raise global sea level by 200 feet, and so it is critical to understand how polar glaciers are responding to climate change. In this lecture, we'll discuss how Dartmouth researchers are tackling this complex problem, review the latest findings from the front lines on the ice, and understand what it means for sea level rise in the coming decades.
"What Frozen Things Do in Summer: Implications for Greenland, Antarctica, and Future Sea Level" with Erich Osterberg, Assistant Professor of Earth Sciences.