We want to echo President Hanlon’s statement condemning the violence in the Atlanta area, which left eight people dead, including seven women, six of whom were of Asian descent. While this tragic event is still being investigated, we do know that throughout the pandemic, there has been a significant increase in violence and racism against Asians and the Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) community in the United States. We must also recognize that violence against women is a serious ongoing problem in this country.
Articles by: Derik Hertel
UPDATE: The Valley News has published an obituary for Dr. Nugent, which you can find here.
Please see the note below regarding the passing of William C. Nugent Jr, MD, Emeritus Professor of Surgery, of Community and Family Medicine, and of The Dartmouth Institute.
As we begin a new academic year, it is important to acknowledge and celebrate the recent promotions of our faculty and research scientists. We hope that you, like all of us on departmental promotions committees, the Dean’s Office, and the APT Committee, are also amazed at the breadth and depth of accomplishments in teaching, clinical care, research, scholarship, and engagement of our academic community.
As Dartmouth welcomes more than half of the undergraduate student body back to campus this week, we want to be clear on Geisel’s policy regarding the resumption of undergraduate research activities in our laboratories.
Colleagues, I am writing to share and endorse the following statement from Dartmouth College regarding the recent announcement from U.S. Immigration, and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and modifications to the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP): https://www.dartmouth.edu/press-releases/fed-guidance-international-students.html We recognize that the ICE/SEVP new guidance is a cause for concern in our community. We want to assure you […]