"The upward trajectory we are on belongs to all of us, and I am so grateful to be starting the new year leading an institution with partners that are so heavily invested in its success," said President Hanlon in a message to the community to kick off the new term and the new year.
A January 4 op-ed in the Boston Globe co-authored by President Hanlon and President-elect Beilock talks about opening the STEM pipeline by finding "more effective ways to imbue young people with the curiosity, confidence, and joy" to study math, science, technology, and engineering.
President Philip J. Hanlon ’77 has announced the appointment of LaMar Bunts as the inaugural chief transformation officer. “LaMar Bunts is the right person to leverage Dartmouth’s strengths and reputation for academic excellence in new ways to new audiences in support of our mission,” says Hanlon.
To commemorate the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., Dartmouth announced a series of campus events around theme of "Building a Compassionate Community." Tarana Burke, activist and founder of the "me too." Movement, will be the keynote speaker.
Join us on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 4 p.m. at the Hanover Inn for our community discussion of Toward Equity: Aligning Action and Accountability, a three-year strategic plan to expand and unify efforts around diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging at Dartmouth. The event will include brief remarks from President Hanlon and a presentation and discussion led by SVP and Senior Diversity Officer Shontay Delalue. Registration is required.
As the vision I set forth almost 10 years ago becomes reality, the time is right to pass the torch.