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Dartmouth engineer Anna Stork ’08 (right) and co-founder Andrea Sreshta invented LuminAID’s solar lighting technology just after the earthquake in Haiti in 2010...
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"The trajectory has veered and platforms have become a focal point of online data exchange and all its permutations."
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Helble has demonstrated a keen ability to lead and innovate while at Thayer, which has flourished under his leadership.
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Dartmouth & Georgia Tech Take First Place at Formula Hybrid Competition https://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/dartmouth-and-georgia-tech-take-first-place-at-formula-hybrid
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Dartmouth Formula Racing gears up for competition ... http://www.thedartmouth.com/article/2018/04/dfr-gears-up-for-competition
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"This year is exciting because teams overall seem more prepared for this year's competition," says Sydney Garcia, Formula Hybrid Program Coordinator. "On Monday, the team that arrives most 'ready' for the competition will receive the new TestEquity 'Hit the Ground Running' Prize, and I think that will be a great way to kick off the competition!"
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Congratulations Dartmouth engineering professor Vikrant Vaze, recipient of a Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) Award—NSF’s most prestigious award for young engineering & science faculty https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1750587
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Award from NH High Technology Council for promoting women in tech goes to Dartmouth role model & engineering professor Petra Bonfert-Taylor https://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/dartmouth-engineering-professor-receives-award-for-promoting-women-in-stem
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"This is the time for engineering and computer science to dissolve the artificial boundary between the computational and the physical worlds. It really is, in the words of The National Academies, giving rise to the fourth industrial revolution,” says Thayer Dean Joseph Helble.
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Greetings Dartmouth 22s!!!
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