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News Briefing: Dartmouth Taps World Health Pioneer as Next President

By Kate Golden on March 3, 2009No Comment
  • Medical anthropologist Dr. Jim Yong Kim is named Dartmouth College's 17th president.  [Boston Globe]
  • Harvard Medical School students object to the influence of drug companies in the school's educational curriculum.  [New York Times]
  • Foundations across the country say they are giving less this year after suffering a steep drop in investments in 2008.  [Boston Globe]
  • Oprah Winfrey receives a leadership award from Columbia University for her philanthropy in education and promotion of reading.  [Associated Press]
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