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  • Ariel had her boots on the ground after Hurricane Harvey, working with relief agencies and first responders. Join us and do work that matters:

  • Physician and lifelong outdoorsman Timothy Burdick ’89, MED ’02, has been named director of outdoor programs, Interim Dean of the College Kathryn Lively announced today. ...

  • Patrick Caldwell
    Continuing his athletic career with the US Ski Team as a full time cross country skier.

    Allegra Codamon
    Peace Corps’ community gardening and agroforestry program in Senegal.

    Elise Droof
    Collective Health in San Francisco.

    George Easley
    Asset Management in San Francisco.

    Eliza Ezrapour
    Analyst at Bank of American in their Global Transaction Services division.

    Libby Gibson
    Darktrace in New York City selling the...

  • After college, Kelsey worked on a fishing island in Maine doing community based health. They had a community coalition, taken straight from her geography curriculum, that looked at community solutions for youth substance abuse, aging in place and fitness and nutrition. After two years in Maine she made a career jump to college coaching at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA. As a college coach, Kelsey engaged in issues of race and class every day working with athletes to help navigate a very...

  • Kim has worked at the National Geographic Society for the past 30 years  —where she is currently the Vice President of Education.

    Although she believes she could not have predicted that she would have landed in the world of formal education, she absolutely wanted to have a career that used her Geography degree—and I found it!   Kim was recruited to work at National Geographic in 1988, when they were just starting an education outreach program meant to restore the teaching and learning...

  • Dan went directly to graduate school at the University of North Carolina Department of City and Regional Planning and then to a career in affordable housing finance and administration, first with the NYC Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development, then with the Massachusetts Dept.  of Housing and  Community Development and for the past 11 years as a self-employed consultant.  Geography at Dartmouth was great preparation for his career and he has no doubt that its reputation helped him...

  • After leaving Dartmouth Chuck attended the University of Kansas where he received an MA (1985) and PhD (1990) in geography. Since 1989 Chuck has been a professor in the geography department at Kansas State University, where he's served for the last 7 years as department head. His research over the last 15 years has focused on heavy metals stored in a relatively rural drainage network (Lahn River) in central Germany.  Obviously, his geography degree has had a major influence on his...

  • Jacob had an interest in architecture and urban planning that he wanted to explore further. An opportunity came up in Vail, CO to work for a real estate developer there. This was 2009 and effectively the real estate market had completely dried up so his foray into architecture and development was short lived.

    Jacob moved to Seattle and decided paying $600 / mo in student loans wasn't going to cut it in life.He found a job at an investment bank doing transaction advisory (yikes!). He...