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Dec 9, 2014
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Two alumni of Dickey Center programs have received prestigious awards. Colin Walmsley ’15 has received Dartmouth’s 78th Rhodes Scholar and Leehi Yona '16 has received a Stamps Leadership Scholarship. Both students have participated in the Dickey Center's Great Issues Scholars program for first-year students. Walmsley was also a War & Peace...

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Dec 9, 2014

Dartmouth Now, 12/9/14

In a Bloomberg story about the recent failed U.S. attempt to rescue two hostages from Al-Qaeda in Yemen, Dartmouth’s Daniel Benjamin, Director of the Dickey Center for International Understanding, says the U.S. has greater capability for such actions in Yemen than in the parts of Iraq and Syria controlled by the terrorist group ISIS.

“The willingness to take on a bit of risk is probably greater in Yemen simply because intelligence collection has been going on so much longer there and because we have a positive...

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Dec 1, 2014
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Join a webcast of the lecture at 6:00pm EST

The annual Stefansson Memorial Lecture, delivered in commemoration of the explorer and anthropologist Vilhjálmur Stefansson, will be December 11, 2014, at the Institute of Arctic & Alpine Research (INSTAAR), University of Colorado Boulder, 1560 30th Street, Room 269 at 4:00pm. Reception to follow.

INSTAAR Director James White will present the lecture "...

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Nov 26, 2014
Phil Klay

Phil Klay '05 has won the National Book Award for his collection of short stories on soldiers' experiences in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Redeployment. Klay was on campus on October 23rd and 24th. He gave a reading for the English Department's Poetry and Prose series on the 23rd. On the 24th, Klay participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Dickey Center's War and Peace Studies program, "America and Iraq: Past, Present and Future."...

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Nov 17, 2014
Patrice Juah

The Dickey Center welcomes back to campus Patrice Juah, a recent Liberian Fellow in President Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). She will be speaking at a student-only event sponsored by the Dickey Center's student health organization, the Dartmouth Coalition for Global Health, about the Ebola crisis and the anti-stigma campaign she and the Arterial Network, a Pan-African network of artists, activists, and others, recently launched called "Ebola Is Not My Identity."

Juah has a busy...

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Nov 11, 2014
Miriam Kilimo

Miriam Jerotich Kilimo ’14 of Nairobi, Kenya, has been named a Rhodes Scholar for 2015—the 76th Rhodes Scholar in Dartmouth’s history. Miriam was awarded a Lombard Public Service Fellowship this year by the Dickey Center and the Tucker Foundation for work with the Africa Coordinating Center for the Abandonment of Female Genital Mutilation (ACCAF). She is currently based at the University of Nairobi in Kenya. She is supporting the organization's efforts to sensitive different communities about the health and socio-economic effects associated with the practice. She is also involved in...

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Oct 28, 2014
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10/27/14  Dartmouth Now

“The challenge for this Fulbright program is to ask questions that are relevant to solving these problems. We need to develop research questions and themes for these teams of scholars that generate knowledge that will be useful to policymakers,” says Professor Ross...

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Oct 22, 2014
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October 22, 2014  Dartmouth Now

Professor Ross Virginia, Director of the Dickey Center's Institute of Arctic Studies, was selected by the U.S. State Department as one of two distinguished scholar leaders of the newly established Fulbright Arctic Initiative. His work focuses on climate change and the effect of rapid warming on the polar regions.

Virginia, the Myers Family Professor of...

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Oct 21, 2014
Daniel Benjamin

Update (10/21/14). Read in Dartmouth Now how Dickey Center Director Daniel Benjamin has become a regular contributor with the international news media, and his ability to draw visiting experts to Dartmouth.  

As discussion of the threat from the so-called Islamic State, also called ISIS or ISIL, became a critical topic of concern in Washington, DC, it was also discussed by the news media. As former counter terrorism coordinator for the Obama Administration,...

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Oct 6, 2014
Ben Valentino

October 3, 2014  |  Dartmouth Now

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., plans to unveil a first-of-its-kind Atrocities Early Warning System early next year. The system is a public web project...

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