Engineering PhD candidate Kelly Michaelsen has been named a 2013-14 New Hampshire-Vermont Schweitzer Fellow—joining approximately 220 other Schweitzer Fellows across the country in designing and implementing service projects that address the health of underserved communities.
Dartmouth Formula Racing Wins for Best Electric Car
May 9, 2013 | Dartmouth Now
The Dartmouth Formula Racing (DFR) team overcame battery problems to run away with first prize for the top electric car at last week’s Formula Hybrid Competition.
“The idea never really went anywhere until I asked the MEM group to find a way to keep supplies on hand for student use,” said Machine Shop Manager Kevin Baron.
Local college students build futuristic race cars
May 3, 2013 | WCAX.com
For the seventh year, Dartmouth's engineering school has attracted major car companies to sponsor [Formula Hybrid]. They're just interested in what the teams come up with.
PHOTOS: Formula Hybrid racing at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway
May 2, 2013 | Concord Monitor
This year the Dartmouth team went fully electric. The event, founded by Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering took place this week at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Hybrid racer event gets NH college engineers to pull together
May 1, 2013 | NH Union Leader
A group of Dartmouth electrical and mechanical engineering students are learning how to speak each other's language during the Formula Hybrid Competition at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Hassan visiting NH hybrid race car competition
April 30, 2013 | The Boston Globe
Governor Maggie Hassan is attending the Formula Hybrid race car competition at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Thayer Students Get Elementary With Science
April 16, 2013 | Valley News
Fifty Thetford students were ready to give the Thayer School After School Science and Engineering program a go.
Two Dartmouth Students Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
April 10, 2013 | Dartmouth Now
As a recipient of an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Aryeh Drager ’12 will head to Colorado State University to study atmospheric science.
Four Dartmouth engineering undergraduates came up with a handy smartphone application and sweat collection device called DiagnosMe that allows for early disease detection.