Welcome from Dean Smith
Dean Elizabeth F. Smith leads the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
The multidisciplinary textbook explores the interconnected and complex relationship between oceans and humans.
Systems engineer Terrence Kovacs will retire from Dartmouth this month after nine years as the physics and astronomy department's go-to IT expert.
In her new book, geographer Mona Domosh documents how Black government employees helped promote Black ownership of land and homes in the early decades of the 20th century.
Research support specialist Ann Lavanway's many roles in the biological sciences department include introducing faculty, staff, and students to state-of-the-art microscopes.
The honor recognizes distinguished and long-term contributions to plant biology.
Faculty in the Arts and Sciences at Dartmouth regularly author books that push traditional boundaries and provide new knowledge and insights. Highlighted here are books published since 2022.
The new group supports research in the study of human interaction.
Orphan Play' probes themes of grief and loss, and 'Anatomical Hearts' celebrates being trans and queer.
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.
"How you prepare really matters," the cognitive scientist says.