Academic & Student Affairs
Advocates for the success and well-being of each engineering student from when they first consider applying until graduation.
Advancement & Alumni Relations
Works to build lifelong partnerships with engineering alumni, family, and friends and provide opportunities to support critical needs and facilitate alumni's connection to Dartmouth and to each other.
Provides dedicated Engineering Career Services staff just for engineering students, adding to the Center for Professional Development open to all undergraduates, as well as the Graduate Office of Career Services for graduate students and alumni.
Communications & Creative Services
Works to promote our people, programs, and research through a variety of platforms and provide creative services including media relations, website development, photography, video, and graphic design.
Supports all computing and information technology (IT) needs of engineering faculty, staff, and students.
Facilitates and oversees planning, resources, and operations, and helps shape, lead and implement strategic priorities.
Facilities, Planning & Operations
Oversees and coordinates the construction, maintenance, and safety of Cummings Hall, MacLean Engineering Sciences Center, and the Center for Engineering and Computer Science.
Academic coordinators and assistants provide clerical, programmatic, and other support for engineering faculty and senior leadership, and help coordinate faculty candidate interviews and events.
Feldberg Business & Engineering Library
Provides references and consultation as well as research and academic support to students, researchers, and faculty.
Manages financial resources, planning, and analysis and serves as the fiscal liaison between all engineering units and the Dartmouth Budget Office and other divisional units.
Provides services supporting recruitment, professional development, labor relations, and the addressing of workplace problems.
Instructional Labs & Workshops
Support our project-based curriculum and provide resources for faculty and students involved in design and fabrication.
Department Research Administrators (DRAs) support administrative requirements related to proposal submission and provide award management via financial analysis, reporting, and spending projections.