New STEM-classified major has far-reaching benefits for both domestic and international students.
Dan Schubert, associate professor of sociology at Dickinson, received the 2017-18 Distinguished Teaching Award during pre-Commencement ceremonies.
Eryn Nelson ’19 discusses the D-III athletics experience, her research on glucosiolates (natural compounds found in vegetables), her upcoming internship and her pursuit of a pharmacology career.
After getting plenty of hands-on cancer research experience at Dickinson, Grace Crossland '18 will be working at the Jacks Lab at MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research.
David O’Connell, assistant professor of political science, has been named the 2018 recipient of Dickinson’s Constance & Rose Ganoe Memorial Award for Inspirational Teaching.
Stephen M. Smith '92, president and CEO of L.L.Bean, urges graduates to make the most of their journeys by constantly looking in their "backpacks."
View the full schedule for Dickinson's 2018 Commencement exercises.
Four women who escaped Boko Haram are the first students enrolled in the new college-preparation program.
Members of the class of 2018 share the experiences that meant the most to them during the past four years, and their plans for post-graduation life.
Carlisle High School senior Bethany Petrunak will receive the four-year, full-tuition scholarship.
We head to Chicago and the campus of Northwestern University for a conversation with renowned chemist, nanotechnology pioneer and Dickinson alumnus Chad Mirkin ’86.
Dickinson seniors showcase their research at the 33rd Annual Science Student Research Symposium.
Chemistry students master chemical-measurement techniques by testing money for traces of illicit substances.
Jamey Harman '18 to study entrepreneurship during two-year fellowship.
Jong Ho Choi ’18 is a composer and animation artist who'll go from Dickinson to Berklee College of Music to pursue a master’s degree in film, video game and TV scoring.
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