Quick Takes on Life at Thayer
Professor Jane Hill spent 10 days in South Africa preparing for a clinical trial of her breath test for rapid, non-invasive, and accurate diagnosis of infectious diseases such as tuberculosis.
Professor Vicki May is second in line to conduct this new type of class that promises to democratize education.
Sophie Sheeline ’16 and Madelynn Taylor created "ER Rush"—the first iPhone app to make learning how to diagnose patients fun.
Thayer School opened its doors to 37 teenagers for the second “Design It! Build It!” summer engineering workshop run by Dartmouth engineering professor Vicki May.
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 named for Thayer School founder, General Sylvanus Thayer.
During a ceremony in May, four of Thayer’s own received the top honor for engineering education from the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
Schweitzer Fellow Rachel Glikin ’17 started a new local arm of Junior FIRST® LEGO® League to engage elementary school students with the building blocks of engineering.