Since College President Phil Hanlon met with Greek organization leaders Tuesday night, councils and presidents say they have met repeatedly and at length to discuss potential reforms to the Greek system.
Three new staff members have joined the Office of Pluralism and Leadership in the past month, filling vacancies created by several recent resignations, including the departure of first-generation students advisor Karlos Santos-Coy on Sept. 4. The office also saw some restructuring this summer, reabsorbing the Center for Gender and Student Engagement.
This week, 113 freshmen applied for 25 spots in the Dickey Center for International Understanding’s Great Issues Scholars program. They will join more than 50 participants living in the Global Village, a new living-learning community that will introduce a residential component to the program.
Dartmouth has adjusted its financial administration structure to better suit College President Phil Hanlon’s academic agenda, appointing Michael Wagner chief financial officer. Wagner will fill this role and continue as vice president for finance, reporting to executive vice president and former CFO Richard Mills.
The student handbook now specifies sexual harassment, stalking and dating violence as kinds of sexual misconduct that threaten the well being both of students and the College as a whole. These adjustments to the handbook’s language, announced Monday afternoon in a campus-wide email from interim Dean of the College Inge-Lise Ameer, reflect the judicial affairs office’s yearlong effort to institute a stronger sexual assault policy at the College.
Vice president for finance Michael Wagner has assumed the role of chief financial officer of the College.
After two years without an Arabic language study abroad option, the trip to Rabat will cater to students who have taken one year of Arabic courses, placing them in homestay living arrangements.