Past Events

Mon
Nov 7
2016
McNutt Hall, 2nd Floor, Chamberlain Room, 10 N Main St, 10:30am-3:15pm
Come to campus, you’re going to love it! The best way to satisfy your curiosity about learning and living at Dartmouth is to visit. On most days, we offer several options and we look forward to your participation in our programming.
Mon
Nov 7
2016
7 Lebanon Street, Suite 107, Hanover, NH, 8:30am-4:30pm
Osher at Dartmouth's art gallery features the work of six photographers: Anne Baird, Janice Fischel, Nora Gould, John Lehet, Li Shen, and Tom Urgo.
Sun
Nov 6
2016
Visual Arts Center 104 Loew Auditorium, 4:00pm-5:30pm
This thrilling journey through the St. Petersburg museum’s tumultuous history—from imperial palace to state museum—explores exclusive areas that remain hidden from the public eye.
Fri
Nov 4
2016
Haldeman 41 (Kreindler Conference Hall), 1:00pm-2:30pm
Hugh Beach, Niels Einarsson, and Astrid Ogilvie discuss the role of multidisciplinary research and international collaboration for sustainability. Ross Virginia, moderator.
Fri
Nov 4
2016
McNutt Hall, 2nd Floor, Chamberlain Room, 10 N Main St, 10:30am-3:15pm
Come to campus, you’re going to love it! The best way to satisfy your curiosity about learning and living at Dartmouth is to visit. On most days, we offer several options and we look forward to your participation in our programming.
Fri
Nov 4
2016
7 Lebanon Street, Suite 107, Hanover, NH, 8:30am-4:30pm
Osher at Dartmouth's art gallery features the work of six photographers: Anne Baird, Janice Fischel, Nora Gould, John Lehet, Li Shen, and Tom Urgo.
Mon
Oct 17
2016
Haldeman 41 (Kreindler Conference Hall), 4:30pm-6:00pm
Sophie Scholl left her classes to secretly distribute pamphlets against Adolf Hitler; eleven-year-old Malala Yousafzai lived amidst the Taliban while blogging about their brutality. Anthropologist Brian Palmer is haunted by such individuals who risk everything for a more humane society. He gathers wisdom from heroic lives and applies it to everyday questions of surviving as an idealist in an unforgiving world. What can our bravest contemporaries and fallen friends teach us about how to live?
Tue
Oct 4
2016
Faculty Lounge at the Hop, 5:00pm-7:00pm
What's the Big Idea?" (WBI), is an informal talk series to introduce faculty across campus to each other as well to some of the ideas that are being tackled across campus.
Mon
Sep 12
2016
no location, All Day
Fall term begins
Tue
Aug 30
2016
no location, All Day
Summer term ends