One of the projects, called the Dialogue Project, will focus on the undergraduate community and aims to develop “collaborative dialogue skills” through guest speakers, special topics series and workshops.
The College’s 19th president pledges to address mental health, communication and climate, among other issues.
Sian Leah Beilock will become Dartmouth’s 19th and first female president at an inauguration slated for today on the Green.
Dartmouth alumni have raised more than $250,000 since the event’s founding in 2020.
The Dartmouth sat down with Beilock to discuss her first impressions of Dartmouth and her thoughts on major issues affecting students.
Wolfe discusses her new role at Dartmouth and her previous experiences as chief of staff under Bill de Blasio and a senior advisor at Barnard College.
From Morningside Heights to Pine Park Hikes: President Beilock’s Relationship with Two Student Governments
The Student Government Association at Barnard College and Dartmouth Student Government give their two cents on both past and present cooperation with Beilock.
The administration begins a search for an inaugural health and wellness officer and redistributes responsibilities as Executive Vice President Rick Mills prepares to leave Dartmouth.
The event centered on positive aspects of Greek life and discussed how to make these spaces safer and more welcoming.
Following the ruling that race-based affirmative action is unconstitutional, students and faculty expressed concern but not surprise.
Some of Beilock’s goals include creating “brave spaces,” focusing on sustainability and learning about the community.