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Karl M. Furstenberg

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Dean of Admissions

Dartmouth College


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Harp and Company | Education

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Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not.
He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people. Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not. He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people.


Harp and Company | Education

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Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not.
He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people. Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not. He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people. Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not. He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people. Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not. He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people. Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not. He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people. Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not. He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people. Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not. He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people. Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not. He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people. Dartmouth College Dean of Admission, Karl Furstenberg, wanted a viewbook that was "very honest, interesting and illuminating;" a book that would better prepare any reader whether they ended up at Dartmouth or not. He wanted the message about Dartmouth to be more subtle, by inference; he wanted multiple layers of meaning; a book that meant different things to different people.


www.admissionsconsultants.com

Admission Director: Karl M. FurstenbergPhone: (603) 646 - 2875Email: admissions.office@dartmouth.edu


www.flbog.org

The scale of rejection worries Karl M. Furstenberg, dean of admissions and financial aid at Dartmouth College from 1992 to 2007.
"When people keep hearing that they're not good enough, this has an undermining psychological effect," he says. Over the last 15 years, Mr. Furstenberg says, growing applicant pools reflected an earnest push for greater diversity among the wealthiest institutions. Yet he believes many have reached a point of diminishing returns. "It's a classic arms race-escalation for not a whole lot of gain," he says.


lymenhlibrary.org

Karl Furstenberg, of Lyme, is the former Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at Dartmouth College.
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