Dartmouth IGERT Tackles Pressing Environmental Issues

IGERT students and faculty members are seen on their research trip near the west coast of Greenland. (Photo by Alexandra Giese)

With the last group of fellows arriving on campus this fall, one might think things are winding down for Dartmouth’s IGERT program. But in reality, research and collaboration are starting to truly cook now that all of the fellows are on campus.

“We’re really starting to move rapidly,” says Ross Virginia, the Myers Family Professor of Environmental Science and the director of Dartmouth’s Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship program. As IGERTconnects research to real world problems, Virginia says, “we’re trying to communicate science in insightful and meaningful ways.”

Read the rest of Keith Chapman's storyabout the IGERT program on Dartmouth Now.