Arctic Program ManagerInstitute of Arctic Studies
Arctic Program Manager
Institute of Arctic Studies
Lee McDavid oversees the various campus and international initiatives of the Institute of Arctic Studies at the Dickey Center, including advising undergraduates interested in the Stefansson Fellowship and other research opportunities. She plans and manages the Polar Environmental Change seminar series as well as conferences and workshops for the University of the Arctic (UArctic) Institute for Arctic Policy, a multi-institutional collaboration, and manages the Dartmouth-Greenland student exchange. She also provides program support for the Joint Science Education Project (JSEP). Lee also manages Arctic and Dickey Center websites. Lee holds a BS from Colorado State University and a MALS from Dartmouth. Previous to joining the Dickey Center she was a writer and editor for Norris Cotton Cancer Center and the Concord Consortium. She has traveled to Russia, Kazakhstan, and India as a freelance writer.
147 Haldeman Center
B.S. Colorado State University
MALS, Dartmouth College
McDavid, L. (2013) Talking About Science. Witness the Arctic, ARCUS, 17 (3).
McDavid, L. (2012) IGERT Students Experience ‘Big Science’. Dartmouth Now, August 3.
McDavid, L. (2012) Dartmouth Report Addresses the Health and Wellbeing of Arctic Communities. Dartmouth Now, May 30.
McDavid, L. (2012) Airborne System Allows Researchers to Look Beneath the Antarctic Surface. Dartmouth Now, March 28.