Moving Dartmouth Forward

Dartmouth Launches Initiative for Inclusive Excellence

Three working groups will focus on diversity and inclusivity of faculty, students, and staff.

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Construction Set to Being on House Communities Structures

Site work will begin soon on a temporary house center to be built near Gile and Hitchcock residence halls.

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Moving Dartmouth Forward Review Panel Issues First Report

Lawrence Bacow, Chair of the Moving Dartmouth Forward Review Panel, submitted the Review Panel's first report on November 8.

Read the Chair's letter and the panel's full report.

College Unveils Six House Communities to Open Next Fall

The College has designated the six new house communities that will provide permanent home bases for all Dartmouth undergraduates beginning in the fall of 2016.

“This is a great step forward for Dartmouth,” says Dean of the College Rebecca Biron, who is overseeing the transition to the house system. “The house communities are based on the simple premise that successful learning requires strong community bonds. The houses will provide more opportunities for intellectual engagement through social encounters among students, faculty, and staff.”

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Delaney Anderson Named WISE Campus Advocate

Delaney Anderson has been hired as the inaugural WISE campus advocate—a new position created through a partnership between the College and WISE, a Lebanon, N.H.-based victims’ advocacy and crisis services organization that serves the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont.

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Working Groups

Find out more about the groups which developed the policies and standards called for in the Moving Dartmouth Forward plan.

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Implementation Plan

Check on progress in implementing the Moving Dartmouth Forward plan recommendations.

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News

Stay up to date on all the latest news about Moving Dartmouth Forward initiatives.

Smartphone Personal Security App Available for Download

A new LiveSafe security app tailored specifically for Dartmouth students, faculty, and staff is now available as a free download for smartphones, says Harry Kinne, director of Safety and Security. 

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