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We have tried twice in the past to organize a learning expedition to India and couldn't generate sufficient interest at the time. With our growing numbers, perhaps the time is now?
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Welcome to the online resource for Dartmouth College's Commencement information. Commencement exercises will take place on the Dartmouth Green on Sunday, June 11, 2017 with the Academic Procession beginning at 9:00 am and the ceremony at 9:30 am.
View the recordings of each panel discussion from the week of January 20th. Session topics included: Domestic Issues, Global Issues, Health Policy, and Energy and Environmental Issues.
Recent Grads: Did you know you are eligible to receive CME/CNE Credits for completing your master's degree?  Click the link above to see what to do next.
We have organized and developed photo albums of personal and professional pictures from the last several years (via Flickr) to share with everyone.  Click title above to see what we have and/or to submit more!
Prof. Bill Nelson announced as Director of new program
Prof. Bill Nelson announced as Director of new program
Geisel School of Medicine has announced that Bill Nelson, PhD, will be the Director of the Geisel Health and Values Program. Dr. Nelson is an internationally renowned bioethicist who currently teaches at Geisel and TDI. In addition to being a highly recognized educator he has published extensively on the relationship between ethics, quality and value as well as the importance of ethics and the humanities in medical education and clinical practice. Dr. Nelson’s role will be to foster the integration of the Health and Values content throughout the four year curriculum in close collaboration with course directors and humanities faculty – ensuring that ethical, equitable, respectful and humane care is central to medical education and to practice.
How do you meet the performance requirements of the current business—one that is still thriving—while dramatically reinventing it? How do you foresee a change in your current model before a crisis forces you to abandon it? Professor Vijay Govindarajan answers it all.
The Dartmouth Institute now offers its MPH degree in an 11-month residential format or a 22-month blended online/residential format based on the same delivery method as MHCDS. If you have junior staff on your team interested in an MPH, please contact Marc Aquila, Senior Director of Recruiting and Admissions in the MPH program. His email address is: Marc.L.Aquila@dartmouth.edu. Special thanks go out to Robin Lunge’13, who has already written a recommendation for one of her staffers in the Vermont office of Health Care Reform.
Professor and Director of the Leadership Center at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth Sydney Finkelstein has released his newest book, Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent.
Professor Chris Trimble takes his years of experience studying business innovation and applies them to health care for the first time. He says physicians on the front lines do indeed have the ability to make significant changes that will bring safer, more efficient and better health care to patients.
New England is famous for its foliage, and as the leaves have taken on their vibrant hues Dartmouth’s campus has come alive with color.
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