Starting on March 30 and continuing most Tuesdays and Thursdays in April, the Irving Institute, Sustainability Office, Office of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity and the Department of African and African American Studies presents a workshop and lecture series.
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The Arthur L.Read more about Irving Institute and Sustainability Launch New Careers Program
Seven energy and society related research projects have been awarded funding via the Irving Institute seed grant program.
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Joseph Bafumi, associate professor of government, who worked with the Irving Institute to design the new FSP in Russia, received the Frank J. Guarini Award for Extraordinary Contribution to Off-Campus Programs.
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The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society stands in solidarity with our Black students, staff, alumni, and with Black people across the United States and the world.
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Archived discussion on the intersection of the arts, science and activism at Dartmouth. Provost Joseph Helble introduces this conversation between William Kamkwamba '14, Prof. Andrew Friedland and student leaders in energy and environmental studies—which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year!
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The Dartmouth reports on new campus student groupsRead more about In the News: COSO Recognizes 14 New Student Groups
Laura Ogden, Professor of Anthropology, discussed her findings from an Irving Institute seed grant funded project titled "Analysis of Energy and Indigenous Environmental Studies in the Americas."
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On Tuesday, Februrary 25, 2020 from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m., Dr. Lynn Badia, Assistant Professor of English at Colorado State University, will give a talk entitled "Technologies of Abundance: On the Possibility of Unlimited Energy," in Haldeman 041.
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Dartmouth students will share about their energy-related travel experiences, research, class projects and more at the Thursday, February 20 Dartmouth Energy Collaborative lunch.
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