Student-faculty research team travels to China to examine what happens to Chinese villages in the wake of mass out-migration to urban centers.
Grant-funded program provides Dickinson students rare opportunities to explore cancer and prepare for careers in research and medicine.
Dickinson partners with RPI, Johns Hopkins, Thunderbird School of Global Management and others to launch careers in engineering, business, law and more.
New STEM-classified major has far-reaching benefits for both domestic and international students.
David O’Connell, assistant professor of political science, has been named the 2018 recipient of Dickinson’s Constance & Rose Ganoe Memorial Award for Inspirational Teaching.
Chemistry students master chemical-measurement techniques by testing money for traces of illicit substances.
Student-faculty research zeroes in on horn flies, a costly pest for America’s farmers.
The spring roundup of accolades include a number of impressive awards as well as media mentions in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report, and on CNN.com.
Dickinson has more than 200 faculty experts who research, inspire, create, mentor, challenge and innovate. Meet six of these scholars and discover what they’ve been up to this year.
Biology students examine a staged crime scene to explore a wide array of scientific fields.
Take a sneak peek at what's inside the winter 2018 issue of Dickinson Magazine.
From Theoretical Physics to Literature of the Global South, students share the courses that challenged them, changed their perspectives and became impossible to forget.
Armed with Dickinson’s observatory telescope, a partnership with a university across the ocean and a keen understanding of physics, students calculate the speed of an asteroid 90 million miles away.
Recent additions to Dickinson's Harlem Renaissance collection are helping students get a better sense of this significant movement in American literature.
Associate Professor of Psychology Suman Ambwani conducts research in collaboration with students to help those suffering from eating disorders in innovative ways.
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