Zack Doherty


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Lohse book proposal leaks online

Three months following the announcement of a book deal with St. Martin's Press, a 69-page PDF file of a book proposal purportedly by Andrew Lohse '12 has been leaked on the Internet.


Graduate departments secure $2 million in funding

Four College graduate programs biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics and astronomy have secured over $2 million in the form of Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need grants from the U.S.


Pilot program guides professors in op-ed writing

To help professors share their academic research in public forums, English professor Colleen Boggs and government professor Jennifer Lind have collaborated to bring The Op-Ed Project, a national initiative provides training in writing opinion columns to academics and professionals at Dartmouth. Working with corporations, foundations, nonprofit organizations, think tanks, universities and community organizations throughout the United States, The Op-Ed Project seeks to incorporate more individuals' voices into public forums of discussion by teaching them to present their research in a format that will appeal to a broader audience.





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Weekend features performances

Members of Dartmouth's fraternities and dance troupes will gather in Leede Arena on Saturday to showcase their stepping skills at the 21st annual Step Show, hosted by Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.



Formula racers earn top finishes

After four days of racing and testing, the Dartmouth Formula Racing Team walked away with several top finishes at the 2012 Formula Hybrid Competition at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H. The Dartmouth team, consisting of 15 students, competed in the hybrid competitions.


Tuck program aids Native businesses

Last Thursday, Leonard Greenhalgh, the director of Programs for Native American Businesses and a management professor at Tuck School of Business, met with officials in the Department of the Interior in Washington, D.C., to discuss new plans for a program known as "Building High-Performing Native American Businesses." Assessing results from the past year and considering current public policy in the field, Greenhalgh and his colleagues considered potential changes to the program, which teaches business strategies and entrepreneurial skills to members of Native American communities, that would shift the emphasis from individual organizations to transforming a wider range of businesses. The Building High-Performing Native American Businesses program runs intensive three to four-day educational retreats across the country for representatives from Native American businesses.


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