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Browse the lively mix of classes, lectures, journeys, and other learning experiences available to you. 

Never Stop Learning

While other universities may be limited to a four-year experience, Dartmouth is for life.
- Sian Leah Beilock ’76a
    19th President of Dartmouth

Upcoming Event

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June 2024 Reunions

In Person

June 7–16, 2024

It’s time! Registration for Reunions 2024 is now open. We look forward to welcoming alumni and friends back to campus this June. You can find your class’s registration and Reunion schedules, including class schedules, on our official Reunions 2024 webpage. 


 

Jun 6, 2024

8:00 PM

Hanover, NH

Featured Events

Check out a few of our upcoming events!

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Dartmouth Book Club: Annette Gordon-Reed, Redefining History Through Juneteenth

Join two exceptional historians for a look at the impact of this historic moment on the country today.

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DECAN Summer Virtual Meet-up

Join fellow Dartmouth alumni working in and/or passionate about energy and climate for the Dartmouth Energy and Climate Alumni Network (DECAN) virtual summer meeting! Learn more about DECAN.

Seine river at night

Travel With Dartmouth

Grand Seine River & Normandy Passage

September 1–9, 2024: Explore the abundant history, culture, and beauty of France on this epic river journey, with stops in Paris and Honfleur.

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Lifelong Learning

Browse an extensive library of educational programming and events, spanning topics from climate action and history to arts, culture, and more. 

Dartmouth Book Club with Annette Gordon-Reed ’81

Learn about the country’s long road to Juneteenth, why it’s important today, from its origins in Texas and how it informs our society and culture in the 21st century.
Lifelong Learning

20 minute read

Does Democracy Work?

Faculty Lifelong Learning

20 minute read

Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Where Are We Now?

Faculty Lifelong Learning

20 minute read

The Past and Future of the Hopkins Center for the Arts

Arts and Culture Faculty Lifelong Learning

20 minute read

Rethinking 'Echo Chambers': Evidence from Facebook and YouTube

Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

20 minute read

Walk in the Footsteps of Eleazar Wheelock and Samson Occom

Faculty Lifelong Learning

20 minute read

Building Community and Embracing Dialogue on the Future of Israel and Palestine

Faculty Lifelong Learning

20 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Meredith Kelly on Climate Change

Learn more about Associate Professor of Earth Science Meredith Kelly’s captivating research on climate change and the surprising history of the landscape where Dartmouth stands today.
Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

12 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Yoli Sanchez on Cancer Research

Join Professor of Molecular and Systems Biology and the Dartmouth Cancer Center’s Associate Director for Basic Services Yoli Sanchez as she talks about the critical life-saving cancer research being conducted at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine.
Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

16 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Sonu Bedi on The Practice of Disagreement

"That's a feature of the American republic, to disagree." Join Professor of Government Sonu Bedi, as he delves into the rich and sometimes contentious history of disagreement and the United States Constitution.
Faculty Lifelong Learning

12 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Reiko Ohnuma on Buddha's Two Mothers

Join Robert 1932 and Barbara Black Professor of Religion and Chair, Department of Religion Reiko Ohnuma as she talks about the ancient faith traditions of Buddhism and how gender issues and narrative literature have affected the philosophy as we know it today.
Lifelong Learning

12 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Colin Meyer on Worlds of Ice and Snow

Join Assistant Professor of Engineering Colin Meyer, as he takes a fascinating look at Earth's icy and frozen locations in a changing climate.
Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

12 minute read

Jimmy Carter: A Complex Legacy

Faculty Lifelong Learning

20 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Kimberly Juanita Brown on Slavery's Afterlife

Go back to class with Associate Professor Kimberly Juanita Brown as she examines our culture’s perception of Black bodies, imminent death, and the ways these images can cause collective suffering.
Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Lifelong Learning

12 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Ash Fure on The Power of Sound

Listen as Associate Professor of Music (Sonic Arts) Ash Fure talks about the experimental and contemporary use of sound and noise.
Arts and Culture Faculty Lifelong Learning

13 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: William Wohlforth on Subversion

Join Daniel Webster Professor William Wohlforthon the challenge of subversion in international and domestic politics.
Faculty Global Dartmouth Lifelong Learning

16 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Matthew Delmont on African Americans & WWII

Join Professor of History Matthew Delmont as he talks about the definitive history of World War II from the African American perspective.
Faculty Lifelong Learning

13 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Mary Coffey on Orosco's American Epic

Join Professor of Art History Mary Coffey, as she takes us on a journey through the Baker Library lower level reading room to learn more about one of Dartmouth’s most treasured works, The Epic of American Civilization.
Arts and Culture Faculty Lifelong Learning

14 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Daniel Rockmore on Machine Learning and Creativity

Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

3 minute read

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Jeremy DeSilva on the Evolution of Upright Walking

Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

1 minute read

Great Issues, New Perspectives: Jeff Immelt ’78 with Vijay Govindarajan

Former General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt ’78 talks with Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management Vijay Govindarajan about how leaders need to persevere during turbulent times.
Career Advice Lifelong Learning

20 minute read

Save the Date: Homecoming 2024

Let’s celebrate the traditions Dartmouth style! 

Bonfire Night at Dartmouth Homecoming.