The Dartmouth Aires Advance Again on NBC’s The Sing-Off
October 26, 2011 | Dartmouth Now
The Dartmouth Aires—including engineering major Will Hart—advanced to the next round of NBC’s The Sing-Off on Monday, October 24. The Aires were one of seven groups to move on in the all-vocal competition, and will perform again on October 31.
Students form new Thai culture group
October 20, 2011 | The Dartmouth
The Tuk-Tuk Dartmouth Thai Association—a new student group awaiting official approval from the Council on Student Organizations—provides support for Dartmouth engineering exchange students and others.
Student Engineers Help with Sustainable Technology
October 20, 2011 | Dartmouth Now
Dartmouth students are a welcome sight in the African village of Banda, Rwanda. Thayer School of Engineering’s Theodore Sumers ’12 recently returned from two months in Banda working as a member of Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering (DHE).
Rev 7: The World’s First Removable, Biodegradable Gum?
October 15, 2011 | The Huffington Post
Worldwide, humans chew some 560,000 tons of gum per year. In the absense of any official reports on its environmental impact, findings of a student project from Professor Cushman-Roisin's Industrial Ecology class are cited.
MEMs see high employment rates
October 14, 2011 | The Dartmouth
Students in the Thayer School of Engineering’s Master of Engineering Management degree program experience consistently high success rates in finding employment through a substantial support network operated through both Thayer and Tuck School of Business.
Brentwood native travels to Rwanda to install turbine
September 30, 2011 | Seacoastonline
Brentwood resident and Dartmouth graduate, Emily Porter, returned home from a two-month stint in Rwanda, where she worked with a group of seven other students to develop a turbine generated hydro-electric power system with the hopes of bringing electricity to a remote village.
Gilman grad competing on NBC show ‘The Sing-off’
September 27, 2011 | The Baltimore Sun
Eric Preston Suan performs with The Dartmouth Aires on NBC's "The Sing-off." They are competing for a top prize of $200,000 and a recording contract.
Students help deliver power to rural Rwanda
September 26, 2011 | The Dartmouth
Student members of Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering embark on a two-month quest to improve the hydroelectric power in Rwanda’s remotest region.
Thayer School has been awarded a grant from NSF's Partnerships for Innovations (PFI) program to support students in Dartmouth's Ph.D. Innovation Program and connect them with small businesses involved in technologies for sensory enhancement and mobile sensor systems.
Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering named a winner in IEEE Presidents’ Change the World Competition
September 13, 2011 | IEEE
Team Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering Pico-Hydro Project is the winner of one of five Outstanding Student Humanitarian Prizes in the 2011 IEEE Presidents' Change the World competition.