The Research on Women, Gender and Sexuality Student Symposium brings together students from a wide range of disciplines to explore issues ranging from school shootings to contraception in Cameroon.
Four Dickinsonians earn prestigious National Science Foundation fellowships.
Students touch physical history in Dickinson’s Archives & Special Collections.
Three students present original research at the largest earth and space science meeting in the world, and one gets interviewed by NASA.
Dickinson launches groundbreaking project to bring the Greek and Latin canon to Chinese students and scholars.
From a vast collection of pop culture paraphernalia to a high-impact hobby, Dick Forrester is not your average math professor.
From real evil to that portrayed on the pages of comic books, a thread has formed for Assistant Professor of Philosophy Jim Sias.
Summer student-faculty research project lives at the interface of mechanical engineering, physics and applied math.
New faculty book explores the American comic book through the lens of Hollywood.
Student-faculty research combines molecular genetics and mathematics to study leukemia.
Darrell Pacheco ’12 enjoys doing ‘fascinating work’ with The Vanguard Group while keeping up on financial-industry news and staying connected to Dickinson.
Gillian Ferko ’15 earns travel award to attend national American Chemical Society meeting.
Dickinson students and War College fellows find common ground in an innovative WWI course, How the Great War Made America Modern.
Students dive in to military-civilian exercise focused on the ongoing situation in Ukraine.
Environmental-studies professor explores how communities experience energy extraction and production, from Pennsylvania to India.
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