Thanks to everyone who joined us for the Student and Faculty Awards and Class Day Ceremonies. Here are the programs for the events.
Articles by: Derik Hertel
We’ve caught a break in the weather and are moving the Class Day event back outside under the tent on the Life Sciences Center lawn.
Due to predicted onset of dangerous weather, we have made the decision to move the Student and Faculty Awards and Class Day Ceremonies to Oopik Auditorium in the Class of ’78 Life Sciences Center.
Geisel’s 2022 Class Day and Awards ceremonies will be held in person for graduating students, as well as essential deans and staff. Dates and times for the ceremonies are listed below. Details are still being arranged, but we will be updating this site regularly as information becomes available.
Congratulations to the Class of ’21 and to all the Student and Faculty Award recipients! Here are links to the event programs. If you are a graduate and would like a printed copy of the program, please contact Tina Hoisington at Geisel.Class.Day@dartmouth.edu.
Through consultation with Dartmouth Conferences & Events Services and the meteorologists from the Fairbanks Museum weather station, it has been advised to move the Geisel Class Day ceremony to a virtual format. Implementation of a severe weather plan has been activated due to a forecast of high winds, hail, and lightning.
Stay tuned to this page for live video of our 2021 Student and Faculty Awards Ceremony event. The video will start Tuesday, May 25 at 6:00 PM ET. Congrats to the awardees and the Class of 2021!
Congratulations to the Class of 2021! Stay tuned to this page for our live 2021 Class Day video. The video will start Wednesday, May 26 at 6:00 PM ET. Also, please remember to share your well-wishes and memories for the Class of ’21.
Please see below for the details we have confirmed regarding the upcoming Awards and Class Day ceremonies.
Geisel’s 2021 Class Day and Awards ceremonies will be held in person for graduating students, as well as essential deans and staff on May 25 and 26. Family, friends, and colleagues will be able to watch live video of the event, which will be streamed on the Geisel website. Dates and times for the ceremonies are listed below. We will be updating this site regularly as information becomes available.