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John Kemeny teaching outside on campus; the photo looks south toward Reed Hall. Further south is a view of Bissell Hall, former home of Thayer School of Engineering, which was located in the area where the Hopkins Center plaza is today.

The Jack Byrne Scholars program is an elite honor for Dartmouth students who are interested in solving the complex problems of the world through math. All Dartmouth applicants will be considered for this special scholarship.

Professor Voight’s research highlighted by Simons Foundation

The annual report of the Simons Foundation features Principal Investigator John Voight's research in arithmetic geometry and number theory and explores where this work may lead in the future. “Our collaboration grew out of the questions: What does computational number theory look like in the 21st century, and what tools should be developed for use by the arithmetic geometry community?” Learn more +

Math alumna curates stories of mathematical resilience

Allison Henrich Ph.D. ’08, Professor of Mathematics at Seattle University, is the editor of Living Proof: Stories of Resilience Along the Mathematical Journey. This collection has an impressive Dartmouth showing: along with Henrich, Lola Thompson Ph.D. ’12, David Neel Ph.D. ’02, Nicholas Scoville Ph.D. ’10, and Dominic Klyve, Ph.D. ’07 each contributed a chapter. The book is available as a free download. Learn more +