Quick Takes on Life at Thayer
Tomasz Tunguz Th'04, MEM '05 co-authored his first book showing how the world's most innovative companies use data to create sustainable, competitive advantages.
Many of these women will tell you they chose engineering at the encouragement of the females who came before them at Thayer.
Four Dartmouth engineering students were selected to be part of the 2016-2017 class of New Hampshire/Vermont Schweitzer Fellows.
A team of Dartmouth engineering students launched an app to help minimize wait times for Advance Transit commuters.
First released in 2011, this year the Redshift — a second-generation 40-horsepower electric off-road motorcycle — is racing toward mass production.
A recent attempt by SpaceX to both launch and safely land a rocket was overseen by Dartmouth engineer Julianna Scheiman Th'11.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded two grants to DoseOptics, co-founded and led by professor Brian Pogue, for a device that uses imaging to verify that patients are receiving the correct dose of radiation.
Former DFR captain Ariel Diaz '02 Th'04 was more than happy to take his team's old car from Thayer to reduce inventory.