Dickinson seniors showcase their research at the 33rd Annual Science Student Research Symposium.
Graduating seniors accepted into Ph.D. programs at Carnegie Mellon University and Emory University.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with Twitter, Amazon, Aetna, Four Winds Interactive, U.S. Department of the Navy and the U.S. Air Force.
Steven Fitzpatrick ’18 uses his background in computer science to advance sustainability initiatives and develop data tools for submarines.
Will Held '19 is taking learnings from his computer science and mathematics courses into the real world as a summer intern with the New Jersey State Police.
A Microsoft researcher and author who examines the social impact of data technology comes to Dickinson to discuss balancing big data, equity and surveillance.
Computer science and classical studies collide as Dickinsonians mod a sprawling video game to better understand an underexplored period in Roman history.
A computer scientist discusses what large-scale social media data can reveal about users and how it impacts social science.
Computer science major Ian Doyle ’18 discusses his dream of living in the Alaskan wilderness, the value of perseverance and good company and his passion for fixing and creating things.
The 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium highlights wide-ranging work with potential implications on climate change, sustainable pest control and more.
Professor of Computer Science Grant Braught honored for use of open-source in academia.
Student-faculty research project makes one of mathematics' most challenging problems a literal walk in the (amusement) park.
Meet Jake Beley ’18, a varsity swimmer and computer science major with a passion for art, nature conservation and the great outdoors.
Embracing Dickinson’s liberal-arts mission, software giant Epic Systems is home to a dozen alumni from diverse, and unexpected, disciplines.
He’s a karate wiz, guitarist, Global Scholar, cook, actor, volunteer, app-maker and computer science major who's bewitched by Japanese culture. And he’s a classic Dickinsonian. Here’s why.
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