Biology major Nick Long ’19 is driven to make a tangible impact in marine conservation and environmental issues.
As a research assistant at Friday Harbor Laboratories, Caroline Gillespie '18 worked alongside fellow Dickinsonians analyzing the effects of ocean acidification.
Professor of Biology Tom Arnold examines how to protect and preserve a valuable natural resource in a new review resulting from a three-year EPA-funded project.
A Discovery Channel special features biology professors Scott Boback and Chuck Zwemer conducting an experiment based on some of the work highlighted in this story, originally published in 2016.
Dickinsonians are conducting complex neurological research that undergraduates rarely get to do and that could have implications far beyond the lab.
Journalists often seek out Dickinson professors for expert commentary and analysis on a range of important issues.
Students head to the wilds of Georgia for adventures in field biology.
The 2017 Roy Mohler Prize for aspiring medical students was recently awarded to co-recipients Cole Rinehart ’17 and Emma Batchelder ’17.
The 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium highlights wide-ranging work with potential implications on climate change, sustainable pest control and more.
Posse Scholar Rinaldys Castillo ’17 beat the odds when, a year after coming to the U.S. and learning English, he rose to the top of his class. Now he’s preparing for a biomedical career at Dickinson.
A panel of experts explores the significance of bees and beekeeping, including the recent Hive program at Dickinson.
John Montgomery scholar Lauren Beecher ’18 is a standout in the classroom, on the volleyball court and on the lacrosse field, and she also has a strong desire to help others.
Karen Pflug-Felder '71 spent more than 30 years in the science classroom as a teacher, and now she looks ahead as a member of the Alumni Council.
Maggie Wheeler '17 (biology and biochemistry & molecular biology) prepares to pursue a Ph.D. through an internship with the National Cancer Institute.
A lecture by an accomplished alumna/parent led Madi McDole ’18 to a research internship on HIV and neurology at Johns Hopkins Drug Discovery.
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