Give a Rouse

Eight Dartmouth alumni and students competed in the 2022 Beijing Olympics. Former Big Green hockey captain Laura Stacey ’16 earned a gold medal skating for Team Canada. Biathlete Susan Dunklee ’08 competed in five events, finishing seventh in the 4-by-6-kilometer mixed relay and leading Team USA to a 27th place in 7.5-kilometer pursuit. Cross-country skier Rosie Brennan ’11 competed in six races and just missed the podium in two, coming in fourth (women’s sprint free) and fifth (women’s team sprint classic). Julia Kern ’19 finished 18th in the women’s sprint free and 53rd in the women’s skiathlon. In his first competition after fracturing his leg in a World Cup race in January 2021, Tommy Ford ’12 finished 12th in giant slalom and placed fourth in the mixed alpine event. A.J. Hurt ’23 placed 34th in women’s slalom in a field that saw 38 of 88 skiers fail to finish both runs. Tricia Mangan ’19, the only Team USA skier to finish the alpine women’s combined race, placed 11th overall. Nina O’Brien ’20 was in sixth place after her first run in giant slalom, but then fractured her leg in a subsequent run. (She underwent surgery in Beijing and returned home for recovery.) In addition, two alumni served as coaches in the Paralympic Games: Eileen Carey ’04 was head coach and Kristina Trygstad-Saari ’07 was assistant coach of the Para Nordic skiing team.

Psychiatrist Lee Jones ’79 has been named dean for medical education at the Georgetown School of Medicine. He previously served as associate dean for students and a professor at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine.

University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) climate scientist John Walsh ’70 has received the Mohn Prize from a group of Norway-based organizations for his work in Arctic research. Walsh, the chief scientist at the UAF International Arctic Research Center, is the first U.S. scientist to receive the prize.

Jessica Rawlins ’07 has been named chief development officer of nonprofit Partnership with Children, a social work and community school program in New York City. She was most recently director of institutional giving at Harlem Children’s Zone.

Samantha Knowles ’12 has earned an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Directing in a Documentary for Black and Missing. Knowles codirected the four-part HBO series, which investigates the racial disparity in police resources and media attention given to missing persons cases.

Portfolio

Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2022)
Flight Control
Drone proponent Kenji Sugahara ’95 seeks friendlier skies.
The Hop As You’ve Never Seen It Before

A photographic tribute to the cultural center of campus on its golden anniversary.

Allan A. Ryan ’66
A legal expert on war crimes—and worse

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