Welcome from Dean Smith
Dean Elizabeth F. Smith leads the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
On June 1, art history students and volunteers from the community will recreate Allan Kaprow's 1967 work Fluids by building a giant ice sculpture on the Green.
Orphan Play' probes themes of grief and loss, and 'Anatomical Hearts' celebrates being trans and queer.
"How you prepare really matters," the cognitive scientist says.
Associate Professor of Studio Art Tricia Treacy created a gift for President Philip J. Hanlon '77 that was inspired by a mathematics table from one of his research papers.
At the May meeting of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Dean Elizabeth Smith championed Dartmouth's campus community and looked towards welcoming Sian Leah Beilock as the institution's 19th president.
Neuroscientists Luke Chang and Thalia Wheatley appear in a NOVA episode on May 24.
The program sees record-breaking results as it helps to diversify the professoriate.
Research led by biology professor Magdalena Bezanilla and senior research scientist Shu-Zon Wu reveals how a mysterious protein plays a crucial role in plant growth.
Study examines who is vulnerable and how such fear affects birth outcomes.
Morley was honored as an "unsung hero" at Dartmouth's annual staff recognition ceremony.