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MAY 5: Cybersecurity & Cyberwar

Peter Singer, Brookings Institution, 5:15pm, Filene Auditorium.

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APRIL 24: Subhankar Banerjee

Artist and activist Subhankar Banerjee joins panel discussion of Art & Activism, 4:30pm, Hood Museum.

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Madeleine Albright, Skilled Diplomat

Former Secretary of State Albright discusses world affairs with Dickey Director Daniel Benjamin.

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Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI)

The Dickey Center and Dartmouth partners join Obama's initiative for Young African Leaders.

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Emily Unger '11 travelled the world documenting students on Dickey international internships and research fellowships. WATCH A VIDEO of her travels and meet the students! The next application deadline is April 23 for Summer projects.

 
Thinning Arctic Ice Allows Plankton Bloom

Donald Perovich, visiting professor of engineering at Thayer School, and a faculty member and advisor in the IGERT Program in Polar Environmental Change, was a member of a team of scientists who traveled to the Arctic on a NASA research cruise to study climate change last summer. During the trip, Perovich and his colleagues discovered a hidden world of microscopic plant life living under the Arctic ice.

An article published by Scientific American notes Perovich’s reaction to the discovery. “This is what you live for as a scientist,” Perovich said. “It’s unexpected. It’s pure discovery.”

Read the full story, published on 6/8/2012 by Scientific American.

Dartmouth Now, 6/13/12

 

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