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In-Person Reunion


Join us for our largest reunion yet to reconnect with your classmates, visit your favorite places at Dartmouth and in the Upper Valley, connect with current students, and be inspired by the wonderful work happening at the medical school today. We’ve planned a weekend full of opportunities to reconnect both in-person and virtually.

For those of you joining us in-person, you will enjoy early fall in picturesque New England by returning to Hanover to remember and renew the experiences that first made Dartmouth so special to you!

PLEASE NOTE: Early registration is strongly encouraged, on July 1st the price will increase $25.00 per person. If you register after 4:00 pm, your name will not appear on the "See who's attending Reunion" list (to the right) until 10:00 am the following business day. Reunion in-person registration will close August 31, 2021. Given potential limitations due to COVID-19, walk-in registrants will not be guaranteed admittance. All local, state, and federal COVID-19 restrictions will be followed for all in-person events. See additional details below.



Schedule of Events 2021 - 

Friday, September 17

10:30 am–3:00 pm White Coat Welcome Center

11:00 am–1:00 pm Welcome Lunch 

1:00–3:00 pm CME: Medical Education for Today’s Practice 

4:00–7:00 pm White Coat Welcome Center

6:00–9:00 pm All Class Welcome Reception (heavy hors d'oeuvres)


Saturday, September 18
9:00 am–2:00 pm White Coat Welcome Center

9:00–10:00 am Breakfast Social

10:00 am–12:00 pm Children’s Experiential Activities

10:00 am–12:00 pm Live with Leadership: discussion with Dean Duane Compton, President and CEO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Joanne Conroy, and medical students (Final schedule based on registration, program will last one hour)

10:00 am–12:00 pm Medical School Tours (Final schedule based on registration, program will last one hour)

12:00–2:00pm All Alumni and Family BBQ

2:00–3:00 pm Planned Giving Seminar- How to beat tax liability and get paid doing it

5:00–9:00 pm Children’s Night Out

5:30–6:00 pm Healthcare Entrepreneurship Networking Reception 

6:00–7:00 pm The Call to Lead All Class Reception with Dean Duane Compton, President and CEO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Joanne Conroy, and Director of the Norris Cotton Cancer Center Steve Leach

7:00–9:00 pm All Class Dinner, Class Photos, and 50th & 51st Class Dinner 



Sunday, September 19

9:00–11:30 am  Farewell Breakfast

Class Leaders and Giving

0's and 5's

Class Year

Class Leader(s)

Giving Total


Chair: Barry Smith



Peter Wright
Routt Reigart
Stephen Stein



Nick Perencevich
Ernst Schaefer



Oge Young
Freddie Fu



Brian O' Sullivan
Will Danford



Suzanne Bird
Diane McGrory



Peter Kilmarx
Paul Sweigert
Lisa Adams
Brian Kaplan
Maggi Smeal



Tina Duarte
Kristen Hansberry
Lynn Webster



Maya Land
Betsy Sandberg
Kaush Shah



Kristen Thornton
Louai Razzouk



Allison Arensman
Sherzana Sunderji
Maria Miranda
Melissa Dewhurst Scull








As of July 16, 2021.

1's and 6's

Class Year

Class Leader(s)

Giving Total


Sol Rockenmacher



John Bullock

John Davenport

Michael S. Ascher



Joe O'Donnell

Ken Moller



Linda Coffin



Dan Lucey

Jeff Sussman

Anne Griffin

Sharon Booth

Alan Donnenfeld



Kathy Kirkland

Patricia Dillon

Harriet Hopf



Carol Gagnon

Sharon Mullane

Rick Ehling









Rebecca Swenson











As of July 16, 2021.

Continuing medical Education at reunion

View information on topics and presenters here.


For assistance registering, additional questions, or to be removed from future 2021 reunion registration communications, please contact Bridget in the Alumni Relations Office via email at or via phone at 603-646-5135.

What COVID-19 restrictions and protocols will be in place?

The following guidelines are current as of 6/25/21 and will be updated if and when there are changes to Dartmouth’s COVID restrictions and guidelines.

  • Important note: anyone experiencing COVID-like symptoms—vaccinated or not—should NOT attend or participate in-person in Geisel Reunions.
  • Dartmouth no longer requires fully vaccinated individuals to wear masks or socially distance, but individuals may choose to if they prefer.
  • Visitors who are not fully vaccinated and are arriving from outside New England must, upon arrival, wait 10 days to access Dartmouth campuses and buildings, or seven days after a negative PCR test. Full details of Dartmouth’s guidelines for visitors from outside of New England can be found here.
  • Anyone who is not fully vaccinated will be asked to wear a mask at Reunion. Please see Dartmouth’s masking policy. Discussions are still ongoing about whether reunion attendees who are not vaccinated would share meals socially distanced from those who are vaccinated (as masks will be off during meals).
  • The Alumni Relations Office will send out COVID guidance to Reunion guests closer to Sept. 17-19, as guidelines may change between now and late summer.
  • Cancellations after August 31 are non-refundable.

Virtual Reunion


See who's attending...

A directory of who's attending Reunion here.


Reunions offer a unique opportunity to reconnect with your classmates and the School. YOU are the key to making this (and every) reunion successful and memorable.

If you’d like to help plan special activities for your class, contact the Office of Alumni Relations.