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Class fo 2019

Arthur Benjamin Adapon​ '19 Presents His Research

Arthur Benjamin Adapon​ '19 shares his experience attending the American Association of Geographers Conference. 

This was my first time attending a conference in the discipline that I eventually I want to study through graduate school. The American Association of Geographers is the largest conference for geography in the world - so it was overwhelming at first for me to see and listen to so many people that spoke the lexicon that I learned in the Geography Department here at Dartmouth. It was exciting and intimidating: Eventually intending to pursue a PhD, I told myself that this was my way of exposing myself to key people in the discipline as well as exploring beyond the confines of my current research areas.

Notes from the Field: Erica Ng '19

Erica Ng ’19 comes from Seattle, WA and graduated from University Prep. At Dartmouth, Erica plans to pursue a major in Anthropology modified Human Centered Design and a minor in Public Policy. She is a research assistant with the Presidential Scholars Program, Vice President of the Dartmouth Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Team, a Dartmouth Tour Guide, and a Student Program Assistant for the Rockefeller Peer Mentoring Program with the Rockefeller Center. She has been fortunate to study abroad with Dartmouth programs in South Africa, Argentina, and New Zealand. After graduation, Erica plans to pursue her interests in policy, global health, academia, and product design.

Erica Ng '19 was funded by the Class of 1964 to serve as a Legislative Intern for U.S. Senator Patty Murray. The following is an excerpt from his internship report.

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