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Class of 1965 – 45th Reunion, June 14-17, 2010



Residence hall: McLaughlin Cluster – Thomas, Goldstein & Byrne

Headquarters: Occom Commons, McLaughlin Cluster

Class Tent: Maynard lawn

All Week
Mt. Moosilauke Overnight ($)

Self Guided DOC Outdoor Adventures ($)

Mini Gatherings – Various Times, See Back of Brochure for Listings
Monday, June 14
Arrival Day – Get Reacquainted With The Campus
Noon

Lunch on Your Own ($)
2-6 pm

Registration

Occom Commons, McLaughlin Cluster


2-3 pm

Dartmouth Today Campus Tour

Meet at Hanover Inn

Student-guided bus tour of campus and the Hanover area
2-5 pm

DOC Open House

Robinson Hall

Organized by the Dartmouth Outing Club

Find detailed information and registration form in March College mailing.


3-5 pm

Academic Open Houses

Get an update on Dartmouth academic life today

Various locations – see back of program for details
3:30 – 4:30 pm

Architectural Walking Tour of Campus

Meet at Hanover Inn (Rain: Dartmouth 105)

Tour begins promptly at 3:30 pm. Led by

Marlene Heck, Senior Lecturer in Art History and History.
5:30-6:30 pm

AA Meeting

Dick’s House Library

Open Discussion
6-8 pm

Reception & Italian Dinner

Kemeny Patio (Rain: Novack)


8:30-10 pm

University Chorus of the Upper Valley Concert

Spaulding Auditorium



10 pm - midnight

Socializing

Piano Music

Class Tent, Maynard Lawn



Tuesday, June 15

7:30-9 am

Continental Breakfast

Class Tent, Maynard Lawn


8-9 am

Thayer Alumni Breakfast (all classes -$)- Joseph Helble, Dean and Professor, Thayer School of Engineering
Great Hall, Cummings Hall, Thayer School of Engineering
For Thayer Alumni and Guests – Registration required by 6/9, please RSVP to terry.bonee@dartmouth.edu or 603 646-3490
8-9 am

DMS Alumni Breakfast (all classes -$)

Hanover Inn, Wheelock Room

For DMS Alumni and Guests -Registration required by 6/9, please RSVP to carol.flint@dartmouth.edu



or 603 653 0741
8:30am—Noon

Outdoor Activities
9-10 am Alumni College at Reunion Sessions

For all reunion attendees

Making Better Orthopedic Implants: 30 years of Collaboration in Engineering and Medicine at Dartmouth

John P. Collier, Myron Tribus Professor of Engineering Innovation and Senior Lecturer, Thayer and Michael B. Mayor, William N. and Bessie Allyn Professor of Orthapaedic Surgery, DMS; Adjunct Professor of Engineering, Thayer

Zaleski Classroom, MB01, MacLean Engineering Sciences Center, Thayer School

of Engineering


Evita: The Woman Behind the Myth

Marysa Navarro, Charles A. and Elfriede A. Collis Professorship in History

Room 008, Kemeny Hall
Learning to Look - TENTATIVE

Hood Museum of Art


9-10 am

Dartmouth Today Campus Tour

Meet at Hanover Inn

Student-guided bus tour of campus and the Hanover area
10 am - Noon

Registration

Class Tent, Maynard Lounge


10 am –2pm

Golf ($)

Hanover Country Club


10:30-11:30 am

A Talk with President Jim Yong Kim '82a

Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins Center

Introduction: David Spalding ’76, Vice President for Alumni Relations
Noon-1 pm

Buffet Lunch

Class Tent, Maynard Lawn (Rain: Leverone)


1-3:30 pm

Tennis

Get in the swing!


2–3 pm Alumni College at Reunion Sessions



Richard III: Man or Myth?
Professor Peter Saccio, John French III '55, and moderated by Jere Daniell '55

Room 008, Kemeny Hall


Legislative Voting and Accountability

John Carey, Professor of Government; Chair of the Department of Government; John Wentworth Professor in the Social Sciences

Room 041, Haldeman Hall
Dartmouth's Indian History

Colin Calloway, Professor of History, John Kimball Jr. 1943 Professorship

Room 007, Kemeny Hall
2-4 pm

Tour the New Athletic Facilities

Start at Alumni Gym front desk

Self-guided tour, with athletics staff on

hand to answer questions.


2-5 pm

Dartmouth Outing Club Activities ($)

Robinson Hall

Organized by the Dartmouth Outing Club
2-6 pm

Outdoor Activities
3:30 – 4:30 pm

Our Creative Side

Occom Commons, McLaughlin Cluster

Classmates and spouses are invited to share and show their creative pursuits.

Computer hookups and display tables will be available.


3:30 – 4:30 pm Alumni College at Reunion Sessions
The Global Economic Outlook: Prognosis for Recovery and Policy Changes

Matthew J. Slaughter, Associate Dean and Professor of International Economics, Tuck

Georgiopoulos Classroom, Raether Hall, Tuck School of Business

For all reunion attendees
Exploring the Orozco Murals

John Mamoru Watanabe, Associate Professor of Anthropology

Reserve Corridor, Lower Level Baker Library
Road to Rome: Lord Dartmouth’s Mid-18th Century Grand Tour

Bart Thurber, Curator of European Art

Kim Gallery, Hood Museum

4:30 – 5 pm

Tuck Alumni Reception

Paul Danos, Dean and Laurence F. Whittemore Professor of Business Administration, Tuck

For Tuck Alumni and Guests - Registration required by 6/9, please RSVP to sharon.french@tuck.dartmouth.edu or 603 646 9265
5:30-6:30 pm

AA Meeting

Dick’s House Library

Open Discussion
6-8:30 pm

Reception and Asian Buffet Banquet

Performance by the Aires

Top of the Hop/Alumni Hall

Hopkins Center
8:30 pm- midnight

Socializing

Piano, Banjo and Guitar Singalong

Class Tent, Maynard Lawn


9:30 pm

Stargazing - Tentative

Shattuck Observatory

Look up! An astronomy expert will be on hand to

Help you understand the night sky.



Wednesday, June 16
7:30-9 am

Full Breakfast

Discussion of Mountains Beyond Mountains, by Tracy Kidder

Led by President Jim Yong Kim ‘82a

Thayer Dining Hall


9-10 am Alumni College at Reunion sessions
New Perspectives on the Brain

G. Christian Jernstedt, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences; Director of the Center for Educational Outcomes at Dartmouth; Adjunct Professor of Community and Family Medicine, DMS

Room 008, Kemeny Hall
Nanotechnology: Small World with Big Potential

Joseph BelBruno, Professor of Chemistry

Room 041, Haldeman Hall
What Would the Framers Say About the Contemporary Presidency?

Linda Fowler, Professor of Government and Frank J. Reagan 1909 Chair in Policy Studies

Room 007, Kemeny Hall
10:30-11:30 am

The Rise of the Book: A Revolution? Limit 15 participants - To Reserve a Space:

(Link) or call Jennifer Casey at 603 646 2292

Jay Satterfield, Special Collections Librarian

Seminar Room, Rauner Library, Webster Hall


Appreciating Opera: Beyond the Music

William Summers, Associate Professor of Music

Room 008, Kemeny Hall
From Troy to Afghanistan: Exploring Wartime Experience through Homer

Roberta Stewart, Associate Professor of Classical Studies

Room 041, Haldeman Hall
Discover and Explore the Big Green Bus

Meet the 2010 Student Green Bus Crew

Tuck Drive, Between Blunt Alumni Center and Silsby Hall
9:30-10 am

Class Meeting

Thayer Dining Hall


11 am - Noon

Class of 1965 Memorial Service

Rollins Chapel


1 – 2pm

Buffet Lunch and

Presentation of Class Gift to President Jim Yong Kim '82a

Class Tent, Maynard Lawn (Rain: Alumni Hall)


2-3 pm Alumni College at Reunion sessions
The Rise of the Book: A Revolution? Limit 15 participants - To Reserve a Space:

To Reserve a Space: (Link) or call Jennifer Casey at 603 646 2292

Jay Satterfield, Special Collections Librarian

Seminar Room, Rauner Library, Webster Hall


3D Archaeology: Exploring Ancient Rome with 21st Century Technology. Limt 30 participants –

To Reserve a Space: (Link) or call Jennifer Casey at 603 646 2292

Roger Ulrich ‘77, Professor of Classics

Room 106, Reed Hall


A Tear at the Edge of Creation: A Radical New Vision for Life in an Imperfect Universe

Marcelo Gleiser, Professor of Physics and Astronomy

Room 008, Kemeny Hall
Great Issues: Topics of U.S. Foreign Policy

Kenneth Yalowitz, ‘57a, The Norman E. McCulloch, Jr. Director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding

Daryl Press, Associate Professor of Government

Room 041, Haldeman Hall


Discover and Explore the Big Green Bus

Meet the 2010 Student Green Bus Crew

Tuck Drive, Between Blunt Alumni Center and Silsby Hall
2-5 pm

Dartmouth Outing Club Activities ($)

Robinson Hall

Organized by the Dartmouth Outing Club
3:30 – 4:30 pm Alumni College at Reunion Sessions
Dartmouth and Dr. Seuss

Donald Pease, Professor of English and Comparative Literature; Avalon Professorship in the Humanities; Chair of the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program

Current Periodicals Room, Baker Library
3D Archaeology: Exploring Ancient Rome with 21st Century Technology. Limt 30 participants –

To Reserve a Space: (Link) or call Jennifer Casey at 603 646 2292

Roger Ulrich ‘77, Professor of Classics

Room 106, Reed Hall


Islam, Identity, and Politics in Europe and the U.S.

Kevin Reinhart, Associate Professor of Religion

Dirk Vandewalle, Associate Professor of Government

Room 008, Kemeny Hall



3:30 – 4:30 pm

Class Panel

Redefining Retirement: Innovative Options & Opportunities

Filene Auditorium
5:30-6:30 pm

AA Meeting

Dick’s House Library

Open Discussion
6 – 7:30 pm

Reception

Hanover Inn Terrace (Rain: Daniel Webster Room)


7:30-9 pm

Dinner

Hanover Inn, Daniel Webster Room


9:30 pm - midnight

Socializing

Piano Music

Class Tent, Maynard Lawn



Thursday, June 17

7:30-10:30 am

Farewell Continental Breakfast

Class tent, Maynard Lawn


10 am

Turn in your dorm room key!


($) Separate charge not included in class reunion fee.




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