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Quoted: Ross Virginia on Fulbright Arctic Initiative

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 Virginia in a WMUR story about the newly established Fulbright Arctic Initiative.

Virginia is the Myers Family Professor of Environmental Science and director of the Institute of Arctic Studies at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. He was recently selected by the U.S. State Department as one of two distinguished scholar leaders of the Fulbright Arctic Initiative.

Read more about the Fulbright Arctic Initiative.

A Team Effort in Tanzania

Fall 2014 | Dartmouth Medicine

Read about the experience of Tanzanian Issac Maro, MD, MPH ('09) in the DarDar medical student exchange program at the Geisel Medical School. Maro worked with Ford von Reyn, MD, director of the DarDar Health Study and associate director Richard Waddell, MD. He also collaborated with Lisa Adams, MD, associate dean for global health and director of the Dickey Center's Global Health Initiative, to create a pediatric HIV clinic that serves children in Dar es Salaam.

Read the entire story in Dartmouth Medicine

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