New! 50 for 50 Podcast Episodes: Coeducation Edition
It's been six months since we were together in Hanover celebrating the 50th anniversary of coeducation.
To keep the celebratory ball rolling, we have two new episodes of the 50 for 50 podcast—featuring interviews with 14 Dartmouth women.
50 for 50 Storytelling Project Podcast — Bonus Episode 1
50 for 50 Storytelling Project Podcast—Bonus Episode 2
Coeducation Weekend Highlights: Watch Now
Missed our on-campus weekend in November 2022?
You can still celebrate the commemoration of Coeducation at 50 by watching the most popular panels and events below!
Welcome Remarks and Keynote Panel: When Dartmouth Women Lead
When Dartmouth Women Lead: Creating Space for New Voices and Perspectives showcases inspiring stories from alumnae in finance, academia, sports, business, and technology who have had an outsized impact on society. Redefining industries, shattering stereotypes, and uncovering untold truths, each one of these women have leveraged their leadership platform to change perceptions, change industries, and change history by bringing new voices and new perspectives to their respective fields. The panelists share lessons they’ve learned from their experiences and answer audience questions. Introduction by Jennifer Avellino ’89 and welcome remarks by President Philip J. Hanlon ’77.
A Conversation with Sian Leah Beilock, President-elect of Dartmouth, and Liz Cahill Lempres ’83 TH’84, Chair of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees
Renowned cognitive scientist Dr. Sian Leah Beilock begins her tenure as president of Dartmouth in the 2023-24 academic year. She is the first woman elected to serve in this role, and currently serves as the eighth president of Barnard College at Columbia University. Board Chair Liz Cahill Lempres facilitates a lively discussion with Dr. Beilock about her research, what excites her about Dartmouth, and more!
Women’s Rights are Human Rights: In the U.S. and Around the World
Women’s Rights are Human Rights focuses on organizations that have been leaders in women’s safety, security, and equality. Speakers with experience in UN programs, domestic policy centers, advocacy, and law discuss their previous work in women’s rights and identify issues facing women today.
To see the entire line up of dynamic programming, including the moving rededication of Dartmouth Hall, please visit the official Coeducation website.