Society & Culture

Global Policy Students: From the Classroom to India


It’s one thing to work in a Dartmouth classroom to understand the issues surrounding economic reform in a nation as complex as India. It is something entirely different to meet with leaders in India’s rural villages, government agencies, and industrial centers to draft workable policy proposals for change.

(Photo by Charles Wheelan ’88)

The students in the Global Policy Leadership Practicum, taught by Charles Wheelan ’88 during the 2013 fall term, experienced both.

Fellowship Winners Headed Abroad to Study, Research, Teach


Dartmouth students and young alumni will be studying and working abroad in the coming year on fellowships awarded by the Fulbright Program and the Deutscher Akademischer Audtausch Dienst (DAAD) for study in Germany.

Supported by Fulbright and DAAD fellowships, Dartmouth graduates are headed to post-graduate research and teaching positions abroad. From left: Karl Schutz ’14, Jane Cavalier ’14, Gabriela Meade ’14, Charlotte Morris ’14, Abigail Bard ’14, Natalie Salmanowitz ’14, Elise Seyferth ’14, Tausif Noor ’14, Victor Hollenberg ’14, and Ben Jenkins ’14. Not pictured are: Saida Makhmudzade ’14, Krista Oehlke ’13, Cooper Thomas ’14, and Kim Waters ’11. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)