Ross A. Virginia, Myers Family Professor of Environmental Science; Mary Albert, Professor of Engineering, Meredith Kelly, Associate Professor of Earth Science, and Lindsay Whaley, Professor of Classics and Linguistics

This June 2015 panel discussion is about the long and distinguished history of Dartmouth in the Arctic, current research programs, and the effects of environmental change on fragile Arctic environments. Moderated by Lindsay Whaley, professor of linguistics and classics at Dartmouth College and member of the board of governors for the University of the Arctic, the panel features Ross A. Virginia, Myers Family professor of environmental science and director of the Institute of Arctic Studies within the Dickey Center for International Understanding; Mary Albert, professor of engineering and executive director, U.S. Ice Drilling Program Office; and Meredith Kelly, assistant professor of earth sciences.