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Class of ’64 Honors Mary Flanagan for Outstanding Leadership

Original article appearred in the Dartmouth News on May 15, 2018 by Bill Platt

Mary Flanagan, the Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor in Digital Humanities, received the Class of 1964 Outstanding Leadership Award for her work as founding director of the Tiltfactor Lab, an interdisciplinary innovation studio that designs and studies games with social impact.

Presenting the award at the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center Board of Visitors dinner at the Hanover Inn on May 11 was Robert Bartles ’64, who recognized Flanagan as a proponent of experiential learning and an agent for social change. 

Rockefeller Center Director Andrew Samwick, the Sandra L. and Arthur L. Irving ’72a P ’10 Professor of Economics, read the citation honoring Flanagan’s work.

Teevens '79 Presented The Class of 64's Outstanding Leadership Award

At the 2017 Football Awards Banquet on Sunday, April 3, 2017, the Class of 1964 presented its third Outstanding Leadership Award to Dartmouth Head Football Coach, Eugene F. “Buddy” Teevens III. The Class established the Outstanding Leadership Award at its 50th reunion in June of 2014 to honor those individuals who share the Class’s belief in the importance of developing young leaders to take on today’s challenges.

The Class of 1964 has contributed both personally and financially to support Dartmouth’s mission of educating students for a lifetime of responsible leadership, at the Rockefeller Center and Department of Athletics.

The Class of 1964 honors Nate Fick ’99

On Friday, November 6, 2015, during a reception at the Rockefeller Center, the Class of 1964 presented its second Outstanding Leadership Award to Nathaniel C. Fick ’99. The Class established the Outstanding Leadership Award at its 50th reunion in June of 2014 to honor those individuals who share the Class’s belief in the importance of developing young leaders to take on today’s challenges.

Rockefeller Center – One of the recipients of the Class of 1964's 50th reunion gift

The Class of 1964's 50th reunion gift of $14.7m to Dartmouth was announced today, of which the Rockefeller Center is a significant beneficiary. The '64 Leadership Initiative supports leadership training through experiential learning, a priority for President Hanlon since his inauguration, and a priority of the Rockefeller Center since its dedication in 1983.

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