Dan Klein, Steve Clagett and Tim Means teamed up to create an obituary for our beloved former classmate, Kenneth Craig Lockhart:
On Monday, April 25 at 4:30 pm, Paul Offit, M.D., Baltimore native, will be our guest at a Casual Conversation. He is Director of the Vaccine Education Center and professor of pediatrics in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He is the Maurice R. Hilleman Professor of Vaccinology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, Dr.
It is time to turn away from literature, sports, and religion (and a lot of physicians and lawyers) to take a dive into the world of high-end research chemistry. Temple University Professor Katherine (Kallie) Willets, Dartmouth Class of ’99, daughter of our classmate and class officer Rick Willets, has agreed to spend an afternoon with us on Sunday, April 3 at 3 pm (Eastern) for a Casual Conv
On Tuesday, May 3 at 5 pm Eastern Time (US), our classmate Steve Adams will present a detailed examination of the political economy of Greenland. Oops. No. He promises to provide a funny and rollicking session about . . .
On Tuesday, April 12 at 5 pm Eastern Time, we will have a two-guest Jewish Culture Group Zoom session. As with all such conversations, they are open to all, and will not be recorded.
Dan Clouse '71 alerted me to the existence of a pamphlet of poems entitled Sixty Dartmouth Poems that were selected by Professor Eberhart and published in 1969. Professor Eberhart wrote the Foreward.
Contributors include (I included their Dartmouth class when I could find it):
On February 27th, classmate Bruce Alpert, MD led us in a Casual Conversation about the importance of proper measurement of blood pressure. Here is the core document he shared as part of the event. All of us should read it, and perhaps bring a copy with us to our medical appointments to share with our clinicians:
THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCURATE BLOOD PRESSURE VALUES
ROGER ELLIS WATERMAN Feb. 12, 1947 – March 5, 2022
Roger Waterman of Los Alamos, passed away March 5, 2022 from a rare, aggressive form of skin cancer.
Here is a report of our most recent Alumni Council meeting: