Through personal stories this book demonstrates that generations 50 years apart in their college experiences share a committment to address the world's troubles as their own and to make a difference in the lives of others. The stories are written by members of the Dartmouth Classes of 1964 and 2014 and reflect diverse ways of giving back to their communities. The classmate stories are complemented by special stories by the current President of Dartmouth , the only other living President of Dartmouth and the Dean of the College when members of the class of 1964 were students.What was striking about the essays was the part we did not discuss a the sheer optimism of the students. ... awork in a lab and wear a lab coat, a abecome genetic engineer, a atake Nobel prize and be famous, a and ahelp my country in the future to be the best place in the world.a Nothing seemed impossible for those kids.
|Title||:||Generational Bridges To The World's Troubles|
|Author||:||Ronald B. Schram|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2012-05-04|