“Dickinson opened my eyes to perspectives I had never thought of before,” says Liam Stenson Ortiz ’19, who plans to turn his language and science education into an international career in medicine.
Clara Roth ’21 assists photographer Jeffrey Stockbridge in project portraying Kensington, Pa., a community affected by the U.S. opioid crisis, weeks before his new book earned national acclaim.
“We heard inspiring stories, collected data, and helped to advertise the summit and educate the public." Students research social-justice/health care issue, help promote event centered on solutions.
Michael Snyder, an expert in genetics, will deliver a lecture at Dickinson discussing how new technologies have opened up the possibility of personalized medicine.
Kelly Brownell joins a long list of science luminaries, including Carl Sagan and Margaret Mead, as recipient of Dickinson's Joseph Priestley Award.
Students partner with local health center to conduct smoking research that could impact much more than a final grade.
Students in health-studies seminar examine how restaurants could help battle childhood obesity and present their findings to local community leaders.
No one should have to navigate an important decision without a map. One professor is helping patients and families work through a tough question we all, eventually, face: What to do at end of life.
Casey Cunningham ’18 (psychology) discusses her internship with the Alzheimer's Association.
Meet Jiyeong "Faith" Park ’16, a service trip leader, first-year mentor, global ambassador and member of Wheel & Chain and Dickinson Christian Fellowship.
Students take research out of the library and into the world, conducting global research into international relations and public health while studying abroad.
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