“Forgiveness is often misunderstood as an absolution of the act that was perpetrated, but that is not the goal,” says , the director of Dartmouth’s , in a about the vital role of forgiveness in the process of healing.
“We as a nation have been building, on average, one dam per day since the signing of the Declaration of Independence,” says , a professor of geography, in a NOVA Next story about the history of dams and how some are now being removed from U.S. rivers. Magilligan, The Frank… Read more“The Undamming of America (NOVA Next)”
Beginning Aug. 1, the will present an exhibition of 30 etchings from the museum’s collection that represent a nearly complete set of Venice-inspired prints by Giovanni Antonio Canal (1697–1768). Giovanni Antonio Canal (Canaletto), “The Portico with the Lantern,” about 1735–44, etching on laid paper. (Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College:… Read more“New Hood Exhibition Reveals Another Side of Canaletto’s Venice”
published by the Geisel School of Medicine. The ushered in a new academic year by welcoming 92 new medical students to campus this week for orientation. The Class of 2019 brings with it diverse backgrounds and experiences, as well as a record of academic achievement and service around the world…. Read more“Geisel Welcomes First-Year Medical Students”
He promised himself he wouldn’t write about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, writes Dartmouth economist Charles Wheelan in an opinion piece in U.S. News & World Report. Instead, he presents what he calls a “no Trump” column. “These are numbers I have come across in my writing and teaching that… Read more“Forget Trump; Ponder This (‘U.S. News & World Report’)”
Harvard Business Review “Google is wise to learn from these two brand histories,” says Keller, the E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing. “Up to this point, the company has employed both a ‘branded house’ strategy, where they have used their Google corporate brand one way or another across a broad range… Read more“The Logic Behind Google’s Alphabet (‘Harvard Business Review’)”
“If you think you have problems with dropped calls here on Earth, they pale in comparison to the difficulties of having wireless conversations across the solar system,” says Professor Daniel Rockmore in a about how recent successes in space exploration highlight the power of mathematics. is the William A. Neukom… Read more“Quoted: Daniel Rockmore on the Power of Mathematics”
“You may be tempted to avoid the polling deluge, but the results of these surveys do influence the campaign, including who will get invited to the first G.O.P. debate,” writes in his New York Times blog post for The Upshot. “That’s why we want to show you how to read… Read more“Presidential Polls: How to Avoid Getting Fooled ('The New York Times')”