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Dartmouth engineering professor Rachel Obbard and her team will become the first to transport sea ice cores from the Arctic to the lab at their original temperature.

Dartmouth Engineers Develop New Device for Climate Change Research

September 2014

Professor Rachel Obbard and her team will become the first to transport sea ice cores from the Arctic to the lab at their original temperature.

Jerry Greenfield ’61, Th’62, T’65 confirmed his hunch—Thayer Drive in Richland, Washington is without a doubt named for Thayer School founder, General Sylvanus Thayer.

Alum Discovers History of ‘Thayer Drive’

August 2014

Jerry Greenfield ’61, Th’62, T’65 confirmed his hunch—Thayer Drive in Richland, Washington is named for Thayer School founder, General Sylvanus Thayer.  

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Thayer by Degrees

BE, MEM, MS, and PhD News

MS graduate Jarlath McEntee Th’89 and his team at Maine’s Ocean Renewable Power Company (ORPC) discovered that if you place a wind turbine underwater it will provide significantly more power.

Dartmouth Engineering Alum Behind First Tidal Energy Project in North America

MS Program, May 2014

MS graduate Jarlath McEntee Th’89 and his team at Maine’s Ocean Renewable Power Company (ORPC) discovered that if you place a wind turbine underwater it will provide significantly more power.

We spoke with Professor Cushman-Roisin to get a glimpse of the MEM program through the eyes of its new leader.

A Conversation with Professor Benoit Cushman-Roisin

MEM Program, May 2014

We spoke with Professor Cushman-Roisin to get a glimpse of the MEM program through the eyes of its new leader.

Dartmouth Bachelor of Engineering (BE) graduate Max Fagin Th'11 is in the running with 1057 other candidates for a one-way trip to Mars, to live in and maintain the planet’s first permanent settlement.

Dartmouth Engineering Alum Competes for One-Way Trip to Mars

BE Program, May 2014

Dartmouth Bachelor of Engineering (BE) graduate Max Fagin Th'11 is in the running with 1057 other candidates for a one-way trip to Mars, to live in and maintain the planet’s first permanent settlement.

Hear from NH Professor of the Year Vicki May about her goals and methods for inspiring young students to explore engineering sciences.

Q&A with NH Professor of the Year Vicki May

BE Program, February 2014

Hear from NH Professor of the Year Vicki May about her goals and methods for inspiring young students to explore engineering sciences.

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