We invite you to join us next week at one of two town hall meetings for the Dartmouth community at which we will outline the context and progress of the work, as well as answer any questions you might have.
On August 30, Provost David Kotz '86 made the following announcement:
To the Dartmouth community,
As we embrace the energy and excitement of a new academic year, I write to update you about current Dartmouth guidance on the use of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) in the classroom.
To the Guarini community,
I write to update you on the status of union negotiations between the institution and the Graduate Organized Laborers of Dartmouth (GOLD-UE). As you know, in April the National Labor Relations Board certified GOLD-UE as the exclusive agent for collective bargaining on behalf of graduate students enrolled in degree programs who are employed to provide teaching and research services.