The 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium highlights wide-ranging work with potential implications on climate change, sustainable pest control and more.
Students visit Pearl Harbor to examine the December 1941 attack and gain a deeper understanding of history and crisis than any textbook could ever offer.
Students partner with local health center to conduct smoking research that could impact much more than a final grade.
In new analytical chemistry class, students build their own lab instruments from scratch.
Professor of Earth Sciences Ben Edwards walks us through how to say the Earth's 10 toughest volcano names.
Dickinsonians flock to study in England this fall through the University of Oxford's prestigious Mansfield College Visiting Student Programme.
Interdisciplinary summer Mosaic course examines the human response to disaster, from Pennsylvania to New Jersey to Japan.
Dickinson receives $650,000 Mellon Foundation Grant to launch a four-year civic learning and engagement initiative.
Two students explain their research on potential treatments of neglected tropical diseases, which are transmitted by bug bites and affect citizens of developing nations.
Getting published in a national publication is exciting. Getting published as a first-year? Even more so! Meet Nicky Chapman '19, whose article on prison culture arose from an anthropology paper.
In the shadow of Donald Trump's imagined "great, great wall," interactive maps give historical context to immigration-reform debate.
Experimental final exam tasks students with unlocking safes using discrete mathematics.
What secrets do public spaces hold? Students dive into local history and launch a website detailing the origins and outlooks of four Carlisle public parks.
Four seniors land Fulbright ETAs and will soon head to Germany, Indonesia and Spain.
Lindsey Wakeman Officer ’09 returns to campus from NYC and ‘Marie Claire’ as the 2016 Cogan Fellow.
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