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Established in 1769 and a member of the Ivy League, Dartmouth is a superb undergraduate residential college with the intellectual character of a university, featuring thriving research and first-rate graduate and professional programs. The quality of the
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www.dartmouthexperience.org, 3 Nov 2010 [cached]
Vice President for Development
Dartmouth College Campaign Reaches $1.1 Billion After Record-breaking Fund-raising Year
www.dartmouthexperience.org, 23 July 2008 [cached]
"Given the economy and debate within the Dartmouth community over governance, we were heartened by these results and not surprised that participation was down," said Carrie Pelzel, Dartmouth's vice president for development.
Carolyn Pelzel, Dartmouth's ...
www.vnews.com, 24 Jan 2011 [cached]
Carolyn Pelzel, Dartmouth's senior vice president for advancement, said she had reviewed and found "inaccuracies" in the Valley News summary of such investments, but declined to specify which information the college was challenging, or to supply alternative information.
“The reaction has been over the ...
www.vnews.com, 13 June 2010 [cached]
“The reaction has been over the top,” said Carrie Pelzel, a top administrator at Dartmouth.
Pelzel, Dartmouth's senior vice president for advancement, said Kim could have taken an easier route and made across-the-board budget cuts.
The family that has pledged the money to create the Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science
was “inspired to do what they did here because of Jim Kim, his vision, how he operates (and his) sense of urgency,” said Pelzel
, who helped broker the gift.
said people have brought Kim ideas, suggesting it might take several years to implement them.
“He says ‘Why not in 2010?' ” Pelzel
Saying “ ‘We can do it a year from now' is just not acceptable” to the new boss, she
Press Room | Gifts to Charities Stays High
www.philanthropynw.org, 1 Jan 2002 [cached]
Carrie Pelzel, Dartmouth's vice president for development, predicted that giving would remain constant this year."Donors are continuing to make large commitments to institutions and causes that are making an impact somehow," she said.