Peter Agre, Nobel Laureate and vice chancellor of science and technology at Duke University, presented the Priestley Award lecture on "Aquaporin Water Channels: From Atomic Structure to Clinical Medicine."
The 2004 Priestley Award was presented to Jacqueline K. Barton, the Arthur and Marian Hanisch Memorial Professor of Chemistry at the California Institute of Technology.
The 2003 Priestley Award was presented to Orrin H. Pilkey of Duke University, an expert on shorelines.
The 2002 Priestley Award was presented to Jocelyn Bell Burnell, the physicist who first discovered pulsars.
The 2001 Priestley Award was presented to John Conway, the world's foremost knot theorist and professor of mathematics at Princeton University.
The Public Affairs Symposium (PAS), established in 1963, is a student-run organization focused on attracting speakers and holding programs based on an annual theme.
Senior theses highlight cultural phenomena, often with personal ties.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Gettysburg Address.
Patrick Cummings ’02 is profiled in The New York Times for the mark he’s making on the horseracing industry.
Student Videos highlight the pleasures, politics and production of food.
The Priestley Award is presented by Dickinson College in memory of Joseph Priestley, discoverer of oxygen, to a distinguished scientist whose work has contributed to the welfare of humanity.
The Benjamin Rush Award recognizes outstanding achievement by a member of the business or government community.
The Rector Science Complex addition will unite the biology department with Dickinson's other science departments.
The new residence hall will provide more than 38,000 square feet of additional living space for Dickinson's student body, which has grown significantly during the last decade.
Fadi Saleh '08 works to master his third language and prepares to call a third continent home, he indulges his passion for international scholarship.
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