Physicist Gabriela González will discuss the recent confirmation of the existence of gravitational waves during Dickinson’s Glover Memorial Lecture.
Meet Moyi Tian ’19, an aspiring change-maker who relishes in the tension between mathematics and physics, plays the violin and follows her passions, no matter what.
Hard work and creative problem-solving have earned accolades for Ellis Johnson ’18, whether as a student-leader, beat-boxer, Russian-language student or U.S. Army cadet.
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.
Ellis Johnson ’18 is more than an exceptional student, athlete and Blue Mountain Battalion ROTC cadet. He’s also one of the top-10 Army cadets in the nation.
Growing up on a safari ranch in Zimbabwe, Sophie Kirkman '19 became attuned to the effects of climate change. Now she's deepening her understanding of the issue at Dickinson.
Rachel Krewson ’20 combines environmental science and physics to help develop an electronic-bike prototype and to teach others about how to measure and evaluate the health of waterways.
Associate Professor of Physics Lars English’s new book turns “the theory of everything” on its head.
This Sunday on the Discovery ID channel, Physics & Astronomy Professor Robert Boyle revisits how he used sun and shadows to help solve a 1997 murder case.
Computer science and classical studies collide as Dickinsonians mod a sprawling video game to better understand an underexplored period in Roman history.
Dickinson’s Department of Physics & Astronomy hosts campus eclipse-viewing event.
The 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium highlights wide-ranging work with potential implications on climate change, sustainable pest control and more.
Ruthie Strauss ’18 has found Dickinson's physics department to be as challenging as it is rewarding and feels the tight-knit campus community is the perfect fit.
Elon Gordon ’17 (physics, 3-2 engineering) talks internships, solar air heaters, entrepreneurism, Student Senate, Richard Feynman and the value of "yes."
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