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.
Read more about Crossroads: Energy, Environment, Housing & Racial Justice in LA Series
Over the course of two days in February, more than 300 people from Dartmouth and around the world explored the ways that arts and sciences, in tandRead more about Arts and Sciences Converge in Hopkins Center for the Arts Symposium
Virtual event takes place May 3 - 5, 2021
Read more about Registration Is Open for Investing in Our Energy Futures Conference
Rose Mutiso '08, TH'08 talks about the path toward a decarbonized and climate-resilient Africa.
Read more about One Size Does Not Fit All: Rose Mutiso on Smart Energy Policy in Africa
At the request of Congress and the Department of Energy, the National Academies convened a committee of experts to undertake a comprehensive evaluation of the U.S. grid.
Read more about Elizabeth Wilson Co-Authors Congressional Report on the Future of Electric Power
New Anthropology course will analyze the cultures of energy systems, focusing on clean energy sources. Using a global case study approach, we will examine how energy systems impact historical, cultural, and political dimensions of life.
Read more about New Course for Spring Term 2021: ANTH 50.38 Social Lives of Energy
The College's student newspaper, The Dartmouth, interviewed Institute Director Elizabeth Wilson on climate change and the historic winter storm in Texas.
Read more about Institute Director Elizabeth Wilson on Climate Change and the Texas Storm in The Dartmouth
Interested in taking the LEED Green Associate exam? Sam Lefkofsky '21 has created a self-paced course to help you prepare!
Read more about Prepare to Become a LEED Green Associate!
Thayer School of Engineering Dean and Irving Institute faculty affiliate Read more about Alexis Abramson on Buildings and Climate Change in Forbes
On Wednesday, February 24 from 12-1 p.m., the Tuck Africa Club Made in Africa Speakers Series presents Rose Mutiso '08, TH'08.
Read more about Feb. 24: Climate Change in Africa