The Thought Project

The Thought Project Living Learning Community aims to build a community of Dartmouth students committed to embracing culture, broadening experiences and becoming reflective citizens of the world.

About the Community

Each week, the Thought Project hosts a student-faculty “Food for Thought” dinner on a variety of topics ranging from healthcare, to environmental justice, to feminism. In addition, we host a range of social events such as attending HOP performances and visiting the Organic Farm. We are seeking curious, engaged applicants who want to take part in meaningful dialogue and forge deep community bonds. Check out the Thought Project website for more information.

Student Coordinator

  • Julia Marino

Staff Advisors

  • Ashley Kehoe, Associate Director of Experiential Learning, Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning
  • Adam Nemeroff, Instructional Designer, Academic & Campus Technology Services

Application Prompts

  1. What are your extracurricular activities, hobbies, and interests? How would your friends describe you?
  2. Why did you decide to apply for the Thought Project Living Learning Community? What kinds of cultural, social, or academic events should we plan for next year?
  3. The Thought Project host discussions on a variety of topics. What are you most interested in talking about, and why?

Please note that after submitting your application, you may be asked to connect with a current resident of the Thought Project for a quick conversation about your interest in joining the community.

Location

The Thought Project Living Learning Community is located on Bildner 3 for 2016-2017 and on Rauner 3 for 2017-2018. View floor plans.

The first-year floor of the Thought Project is located on a first-year floor in a first-year community for 2017-2018.