Students present to the former president of Kosovo. Dickey Director Daniel Benjamin on the "Democratization of Terror." Associate Director Burkins chairs U.S. delegation to International Geological Congress. Human Development Fellows. Joint Science Education Project. Greenland exchange. Experiential learning. Friends of the Dickey Center.
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The Straus Symposium Nepal Earthquake Summit. Dickey Director Daniel Benjamin addresses the threat of terrorism on the homeland. The Global Health Initiative Scholars program launch. Innovating in Africa, Dickey supports another YALI program, this one in Kenya! The Institute of Arctic Studies supports the growth of young Arctic scholars.
The Institute of Arctic Studies at GLACIER with President Obama. Dickey Director Daniel Benjamin on the US-Saudi relationship. The 2015-16 US Foreign Policy and International Security Fellows. New staff and members of the Board of Visitors. IGERT Concludes, JSEP Begins. Return of the Mandela Washington Fellows.
Young African Leaders spend the summer at Dartmouth. Professor Ross Virginia named co-Lead of the Fulbright Arctic Initiative. The Center brings the policy world to Dartmouth. Human Development program takes off and Great Issues Scholars grows. Dickey Director Daniel Benjamin on "A New Kind of Terrorist."
Director Dan Benjamin views the events unfolding in Syria. Graduate students have another successful field seminar in Greenland. We welcome a new post-doctoral Arctic Fellow we call the Mosquito Lady. And interns make an impact around the globe.
Is it time to change the way we deal with terrorism? Seniors reflect on their internships abroad. Bridget Golob '14 helps Lima, Peru prepare for disasters. We welcome 2013-14 post-doc Security Fellows. IGERT students talk to 3-year-olds about science.
We welcome a new director. Generous gifts of artwork. An Arctic security meeting is a success. Students take on a crisis simulation, and a Lombard Fellow deals with real crises. Lisa Adams, MD, returns from Rwanda. And we say goodbye to Eugene Lyons.
IGERT graduate students land in Greenland and Sandy McCulloch '50 makes a generous gift to Arctic Studies. Highlights from life-changing student experiences on international internships.
Chris Wohlforth on our 30th anniversary. An Arctic friend visits from Greenland. The Chase Peace Prize winner works for Radio Free Europe. Emily Unger '11 takes pictures around the world. The Great Issues Scholars wrap up their year.