The Moving Dartmouth Forward Review Panel has issued its second annual report on the College's progress in implementing President Hanlon's January 2015 plan for Moving Dartmouth Forward. The plan is aimed at combatting high-risk drinking and sexual assault and increasing inclusivity on campus and the Review Panel found that the College has implemented all the measures called for in the plan. The Review Panel reported its findings to the Board of Trustees in early November. Read the full report and a letter from Review Panel Chair Lawrence Bacow here.
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardNovember 30, 2016
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardNovember 07, 2016
In a series of wide-ranging discussions at board sessions on Nov. 4 and 5 in Hanover, Dartmouth trustees discussed the importance of continuing to attract, support, and retain the most academically talented students and accomplished teacher-scholars.
Board members also named a chair-elect, heard about campus initiatives from faculty and staff leaders, met with the Moving Dartmouth Forward external review panel, and attended a breakfast with officials from the town of Hanover.
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardNovember 04, 2016
In December, Associate Professor and Chair of Native American Studies Melanie Taylor and her husband, Alan Taylor, a lecturer in writing, will pack up their house in New London, N.H., and move with their 2-year old son, Abel, into a large Victorian house on North Park Street—part of the College’s new house communities system. Taylor says she’s thrilled to begin next term as the resident professor for North Park House.
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardSeptember 30, 2016
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, also called the Clery Act, is a federal law that requires colleges and universities to annually distribute to all students and employees a report containing descriptions of college or university policies relating to security, alcohol, and drug use; statistics on fires in residential buildings and on certain crimes that have occurred on or close to campus; safety information; and available resources for crime victims.
Dartmouth's report can be found on the Sexual Respect website.
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardSeptember 06, 2016
September 9, 2016
Barbecues, music, House swag, lawn games, and cultural and social events for the Dartmouth community will kick off the College’s new residential house system on Friday, Sept. 16.
The celebrations, at the end of the first week of classes, will be a chance for all first-year students and upperclassmen, no matter where they live, to get together with the members of their residential house, and with house-affiliated faculty and staff.
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardJune 28, 2016
June 28, 2016
An anthropology class on human evolution travels to South Africa to meet leading scientists and study the fossil record directly at archaeological sites. Architecture students design projects to improve a public space and participate in a forum in New York City. Students studying American poetry collaborate with local high school students to share knowledge and perform poetry.
These are just a few of the dozens of projects being supported through the Experiential Learning Initiative, which was launched last year to promote and expand opportunities for students to apply classroom knowledge to the broader world—and vice versa.
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardJune 06, 2016
June 6, 2016
The new faculty homes and student social spaces will be ready for the fall term.
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardMay 27, 2016
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardMay 25, 2016
May 25, 2016
The initiatives could bring “profound and lasting change,” says President Hanlon.
Posted by Moving Dartmouth ForwardMay 03, 2016
May 3, 2016
The receipt this week of survey data and committee recommendations about the Dartmouth community will move the work to create a more diverse and inclusive campus to the next phase.