One of the oldest engineering schools in the country, Thayer School was founded by Dartmouth alumnus Sylvanus Thayer who believed that engineering in the context of a liberal arts education provides the best preparation for solving the world's problems.
At Dartmouth there is only one engineering department—Thayer School itself. One department, one building, one mission. Expertise from across the engineering disciplines converge to enhance innovation. People here share ideas, challenges, and inspiration and push each other to solve pressing global problems.
"This initiative sets forth two goals. The first is to establish a multimodal brain imaging capability as a freely available resource for collaborative research between the Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth Medical School (DMS), and Dartmouth Arts and Sciences faculty. The second goal is to create an engineering-physiology instructional course for Thayer and DMS students who are at the engineering-medicine interface."