The Dartmouth Vietnam Project is a co-curricular program that trains undergraduate students in the art of oral history interviewing and connects students with Dartmouth College alumni, faculty, staff, Upper Valley residents, and others with Dartmouth ties to conduct interviews and capture memories of the Vietnam War and the Vietnam War era. The goal of the project is the creation of an online oral history archive that is accessible to students and researchers. The Dartmouth Vietnam Project is an example of the wide range of experiential learning opportunities taking place at Dartmouth.
DCAL is accepting proposals now through May 10 for seed funding to support new and existing experiential learning opportunities in 2017-18. Learn more!