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The Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College was founded in 1983 to commemorate the contributions of Nelson A. Rockefeller ’30 to the life of the nation. The Rockefeller Center seeks to educate, train, and inspire the next generation of public policy leaders in all fields of endeavor through multidisciplinary education, public lectures by visiting scholars and dignitaries, skills training, and public policy-oriented research across the social sciences. The Center seeks to connect experiences in and out of the classroom, on and off campus to reach this goal. The Center offers many opportunities for discussion and interaction with scholars, policy makers and political figures. From pursuing a public policy minor, to participating in the Policy Research Shop, to engaging in lunch or dinner discussions with peers, faculty and distinguished visitors, you will find a space that bridges your academic and personal life at the Center.
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