Elizabeth Loftus received The 2009 Joseph Priestley Award for her researches concerning memory
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Class correspondents are volunteers who act as liaisons between the college and their classmates.
The Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment encourages innovative approaches to teaching and research.
The agreement provides Dickinson students with two degrees in five years.
Dickinson College, in partnership with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, will offer K-12 educators as well as American Civil War enthusiasts a unique opportunity to explore the history
Professors get to the heart of students' pressing issues in 2012 election.
The Waidner Admissions House recently became the latest campus structure to be awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold rating from the United States Green Building Council.
The University of Bremen is one of only 11 in Germany bearing the title "Excellence University."
Brontè Jones, a seasoned financial manager and higher-education administrator, will begin her appointment on Sept. 16.
Physics professor Catrina Hamilton-Drager and Benjamin Kimock ’15 had to change their course this summer, but the stars soon aligned.
A hotspot of volcanic activity creates a cool field-research experience in Iceland.
In her first column as Dickinson's president, Nancy Roseman discusses the ways in which bioethics, medicine, policy and big data intersect.
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