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If you ask Professor Punam Anand Keller, who teaches social marketing at the Tuck School of Business and strategic health marketing in the Master of Health Care Delivery Science program, to describe her work, she has a simple answer. Keller, the Charles Henry Jones Third Century Professor of Management at Tuck, delivers the 25th Presidential [...]

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The Valley News reports that early reviews of the new Black Family Visual Arts Center and neighboring Maffei Arts Plaza are “beyond favorable.” The latest additions to Dartmouth’s Arts District are making visual art “a more universal topic of conversation,” the newspaper says. The Visual Arts Center houses all studio arts at Dartmouth under one roof, the newspaper points [...]

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A Dartmouth delegation, led by President Carol Folt, has just completed a three-country set of visits to Asia. It began in Beijing, with events to commemorate a pioneering three-decade partnership with a Chinese university, and was followed by visits of delegates to other schools in China, Japan, and Korea to extend international university collaborations. Members [...]

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The dedication of the Black Family Visual Arts Center and installation of Ellsworth Kelly’s Dartmouth Panels are celebrated in a video featuring lead donors Leon Black ’73, Greg Maffei ’82, Charlie Nearburg ’72, Thayer ’74, and the Stern family—Michael ’59, Tuck ’60 and Marjorie and their children, Betsy ’84, Mark ’85, and Ricki ’87. Former Trustee Leon [...]

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SEPTEMBER 13, 2012 Since assuming the presidency of Dartmouth on July 1, Carol L. Folt has been a constant presence on campus, and has also represented Dartmouth in a number of other settings. Whether she was announcing the start of the Year of the Arts, welcoming first-year students at Moosilauke Ravine Lodge and in her office, or speaking at Convocation, President [...]

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