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September 22, 2020 12:53PM
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Welcome to the Rockefeller Center 24s! We want to introduce you to all the Rocky has to offer. Please check out these videos to learn what Rocky has to offer and take a look at this brochure: PDF icon...

September 14, 2020 2:19PM

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Since 2015, The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center has graduated well over 100 Public Policy...

September 03, 2020 4:52PM
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Welcome to the Rockefeller Center 24s! We hope you are able to join us on Thursday, September 10th for our open house at 1:00-1:45pm and 3:00-3:45pm. The same content will be presented at both sessions and there is a lot to explore so feel free to stop by at one or both of the sessions!

To begin your journey at our digital open house, we recommend starting in our “Welcome to Rocky” Room. You’...

September 02, 2020 4:05PM

Rocky Policy Fellow and Research Assistant Professor, Herschel Nachlis recently published "Emergency Use Authorizations During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons From Hydroxychloroquine for Vaccine Authorization and Approval" in JAMA, an international peer-reviewed general medical journal.

"In response to the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), via its Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) authority, initially...

August 10, 2020 10:36AM
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The Call to Lead is a bold invitation to Dartmouth’s global community to engage with the great issues of this century and the next—all in a distinctly Dartmouth manner that attracts the greatest student and faculty talent, cultivates our pioneering spirit, and fully transcends campus boundaries. Maya Wiley '86 was recently interviewed on racial justice, how we can build a more just society, and how Dartmouth shaped her as a leader.

Maya Wiley ’86 is a nationally renowned civil rights...

July 31, 2020 6:15PM

On Thursday, July 16th, 2020, the Rockefeller Center welcomed the Dartmouth community to a virtual 2020 New Hampshire Democratic Gubernatorial Primary Forum. Democratic candidates Dan Feltes and Andru Volinsky joined Rockefeller Center Senior Lecturer and Policy Fellow Charles Wheelan ’88 for a discussion pertaining to issues in the race for New Hampshire Governor.

While Senator Feltes and Councilor Volinsky hold diverging opinions on a variety...

July 24, 2020 11:44AM
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Rockefeller Leadership Fellow (RLF) alumni, Oyebola Olabisi '06 and Jenny Ratner '08, reflect on how the RLF program continues to impact their leadership today.

July 23, 2020 5:01PM

On Monday, July 13th, 2020, Mike Belinsky ’08, a manager in Bridgespan Group’s New York Office and cofounder of Instiglio, an NGO working to alleviate global poverty; Zak Kaufman ’08, Co-Founder and CEO of Vera Solutions, an award-winning cloud and mobile technology firm with a focus on social impact; Sanat Mohapatra ’20, the founder of Unmasked, an anonymous, mental health social media mobile application for college students; and Anna Stork ’08, the co-founder of LuminAID Lab,...

July 22, 2020 4:50PM
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On July 20th of 2020, a “Zoom-Bombing” incident took place during a Rockefeller Center career development event in which hateful language—including racial slurs and misogynistic language—was directed at panelists and Rocky staffers. The perpetrator is unknown at this time because this person, or possibly several people, used false identities. In any event, the incident was wrong and the actions likely violated conduct codes governing Dartmouth College activities. Accordingly, in...



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