Alumni and students examine never-before-seen fossils and learn what they tell us about our planet’s changing climate during talks with experts and a private lab tour at the Field Museum.
Geochemical analyses of ancient turquoise artifacts refute long-held claims that it was imported to Mesoamerica from the U.S.
William Irving ’19 double-majors in earth sciences and Russian, and he has seized the chance to research both subjects in far-off places.
Graduating senior will attend graduate school at the University of Wyoming.
Graduating senior lands job as research technician at the Rodale Institute.
Majoring in English at Dickinson has taken Ivy Gilbert ’18 to some unexpected places, including studying ecology on the Chesapeake and conducting geochemical analysis in the West.
Students use ground-penetrating radar to examine a historic site.
Boundary-crossing student research takes on mental health in India, bee neuroplasticity and environmental justice for the common good.
Priestley Award recipient Richard Alley discusses the way forward in the face of climate change.
Dickinson’s Priestley Award Lecturer focuses on renewable energy and hope for new systems of sustainability.
James Fisher '18 combined his love of science and the great outdoors and took his education to "the next level" while conducting summer fieldwork in the Canadian wilds.
Earth sciences students make the world their library, conducting groundbreaking summer research on campus and around the globe.
Will Kochtitzky ’16 discusses how global student-faculty research at Dickinson set him on the course to earn a National Science Foundation graduate fellowship.
Dickinson’s latest Alumni Global Adventure offers 19 Dickinsonians a view of Iceland’s natural wonders through the eyes of Professor of Earth Sciences Ben Edwards.
Earth sciences major Karuna Sah ’19 discusses how Dickinson’s active and useful approach to the liberal arts is preparing her to make an impact through a career in volcanology and glaciology.
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