Dartmouth


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Synonyms for Dartmouth

a college in New Hampshire

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The Certificate of Distinguished Competence offered through a new partnership between Dartmouth and ACPE testifies that your achievements are recognized by one of the country's leading universities.
Rodgers was not a balm to the Dartmouth administration.
But Old Hill went down fighting with a 110-run win which ended Dartmouth's fading title claims.
Dartmouth College has a teaching exchange with the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, where I hold a post teaching Christian Theology and Ethics.
Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth is seeing a shift from the traditional open-enrollment model to custom executive education, according to Callahan.
Other activities: Brother in Sigma Phi Epsilon, officer of Dartmouth gay-straight alliance, volunteer with Special Olympics, mentor to elementary school kids.
Wetterhahn, former director of the SBRP at Dartmouth College.
For over thirty years, the Dartmouth Conference has been a multifaceted arena for sustained dialogue between the United States and the Soviet Union (later the Russian Federation).
"I chose Dartmouth because of the Hop," explains Alison Chase, one of the four artistic directors of Pilobolus.
Since New Hampshire police began investigating the stabbing of two Dartmouth college professors, hungry reporters at the campus newspaper have led national coverage of the complicated case, often breaking hourly updates online before the national news organizations.
Narrator 3: The first tea ship, the Dartmouth, arrives in Boston on November 28.
Published in conjunction with that school's 100th anniversary, Tuck & Tucker chronicles the separate lives and brief but purposeful collaboration of Edward Tuck, expatriate American investor, and William Jewett Tucker, president of Dartmouth College from 1893 to 1909.
"Typical minority business owners will get a level of instruction they may not have been aware of or knowledgeable about," says Cherina Hughes, general business and industry specialist for the Small Business Administration, which started an executive education program in 1980 at Dartmouth College for selected 8(a) firms.
Rather than explain the expected failure of American Indian students at Dartmouth College, the collection of graduates' stories documents, according to Louise Erdrich in the book's foreword, "the perseverance of Native life and knowledge" (ix).
Here are the colleges attended by the first 25 governors listed: Auburn, Yale, Harvard, Ouachita Baptist, Yale, Yale, Villanova, Ohio State, Florida, Georgia, Berkeley, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas Wesleyan, Kentucky, LSU, Dartmouth, Florida State, Harvard, Michigan State, Williams, Purdue, George Washington.
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