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Becoming involved in a club is a fabulous way to connect with other students, build your leadership skills, and leave your mark on Dartmouth.  All student-run Dickey groups have open membership and love the creative ideas and energy new members bring to a group.

Student Clubs & Discussion Groups

  • Dartmouth Coalition for Global Health (DCGH)
    DCGH raises awareness, participates in advocacy, and supports activist initiatives to promote global health and equitable development. It also serves as a resource that connects undergraduates with international health opportunities through partnerships with Dartmouth’s professional schools and non-governmental organizations.
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    DC3 students at the 2009 Powershift Conference in Washington, DC
    DC3 focuses on current changes caused by climate change and initiates projects to increase awareness of these issues within the Dartmouth community. Past events have included special lectures, conference attendance, dinner discussions, and a climate change simulation. The group is always looking for interested members and leaders.
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    The International Business Council (IBC) is dedicated to providing the campus with opportunities to learn about international business and global trade through a variety of programs including lectures, panels, and field trips. The group meets weekly throughout the year and membership is open to all Dartmouth students.
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    Each spring, DartMUN organizes a conference for high school students from the Northeast. Through simulations of United Nations committees, both past and present, the conferences promote a thorough understanding of international affairs and raise awareness of the roles we play as global citizens in the world. Model UN also fields a competitive team that attends conferences around the country.
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    World Affairs Council is a non-partisan student organization dedicated to increasing campus awareness and understanding of world issues. The Council hosts dinner discussions with Dartmouth professors, scholars, and international dignitaries on a wide range of globally significant issues, ranging from international diplomacy to global health. The Council also conducts weekly meetings called “World Week in Review,” featuring student discussions about the most pressing international issues or stories of the week. Drop ins to discussions are welcome.

Student Publications

  • Standpoints
    World Outlook Editing Session
    World Outlook editing session
    Standpoints is a magazine devoted to increasing awareness of global health issues through the written experience of Dartmouth undergraduates. Many articles stem from student experiences around the globe (following health-related internships, research, or volunteer work). Additional student-written articles round out the publication and focus on a variety of global health topics.
  • World Outlook
    World Outlook is a student-run journal of international affairs that publishes papers by Dartmouth students. The publication began 25 years ago and has remained in steady print ever since. There are many opportunities to get involved—as a writer, editor, layout manager, or designer.

Selective Membership Organizations

  • Great Issues Scholars (First-year students only)
    Each year we select a cohort of first year students to be our Great Issues Scholars. Using Dickey Research Initiatives (Global Health, War & Peace, Human Development, Gender and Arctic Studies) as a starting point, Scholars spend their first year at Dartmouth exploring some of the most vital international issues of the day. From Private lunches with faculty members and visiting speakers, to an off-campus retreat and other special events, this is a fabulous way for first year students to gain a broad understanding of international issues and resources at Dartmouth.
  • War & Peace Fellows (Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors only)
    The War & Peace Fellows program brings students together from across disciplines—the sciences, social sciences, and humanities—to engage in an ongoing discussion of the social, political, moral, and technical dimensions of international conflict and cooperation. If you care about these issues and connecting with your peers, faculty, and internationally renowned experts sounds like a good fit for you, consider applying to be a War and Peace Fellow. Click Here for online application.
 

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