Learning By Doing
Students enrolled in a global policy leadership practicum talk about combining a semester of studying economic policy with a two-week trip to India to learn about implementing reforms on the ground.
Dartmouth’s Daniel Benjamin says using words like “Islamic radicalism” would be counterproductive.
Kendall Ronzano ’17 donated the little domicile to an organization that helps the homeless.
Professor Marcelo Gleiser writes about the possibility of finding intelligent life on other planets.
The Root recognizes 25 young African American innovators, including Dartmouth’s Kaya Thomas ’17.
E. Selemon Asfaw T'14 says Tuck's team environment helped him prepare for his current job @GoldmanSachs. http://t.co/dv8HfpoWV5 @usnews #MBA
J. Sands says #Uber’s earnings will rise to $7billion by 2018. Tuck's @sundaram_anant says that is "outlandish." http://t.co/6qzo9EgTQy @WSJ
"The sharing economy depends on people with excess capacity to provide something of value to others."—@SydFinkelstein http://t.co/xjkGfXRfgG
RSVP for Melina Gehring's Poster Session Workshop for International Grad Students by Wednesday, April 1st: http://t.co/NAvWhU2uZr
.@Dartmouth’s Dr. Elizabeth Talbot reflects on her efforts to fight #Ebola in Sierra Leone. http://t.co/zueiJL9FYq
What measures should be used to evaluate #healthcare? Q&A with Scott Wallace via @WSJ http://t.co/tCdkPU0Gch