The assistant professor of psychology discusses her research of eating behaviors and disorders.
Josh Handelsman '12 bridges his passions for academics and volunteerism with teach for America.
Trailblazing Dickinsonians Esther Popel Shaw ’19, Carol Jones Saunders ’62 and Sylvie Toux each expand the horizons of Dickinson’s worldwide community in important, singular ways.
Students learn new languages—and gain museum-culture savvy along the way
This annual dance concert is a keystone event on the fall arts calendar.
Cross-disciplinary cancer research program takes a step towards a cure. Dickinson students and faculty from biology and math work together.
From Google Earth to video games, faculty are tapping into technology to enhance the learning experience.
Dickinson's Idea Fund turns ideas into action.
Bob Cavenagh, retired associate professor of art & art history, offers a firsthand account of instructional-media upgrades through the years.
Singleton Ashenfelter, class of 1865, depicts the life of a first-year student/temporary soldier.
President William G. Durden '71 thinks out loud about the role of technology in the liberal arts.
Students in two courses received free iPads for the fall semester in an experiment that introduced Dickinson to the the classroom of the future.
Andrew Conte ’93 shares his backpack-reporting experience at ground zero.
Alumni recount memories of how technology has changed during their lives and the impact technology has had on the college and the wider world.
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