Four recent grads return to campus to describe how they launched their science careers.
Students and professors will debate mandatory voting to kick off the new Dickinson Debates series.
Dickinson will host a debate Wednesday, Oct. 22, between the candidates running for the 199th seat in the Pennsylvania state legislature.
Dickinson adds six new tenure-track professors this semester.
NSF-funded student-faculty research investigates cellular responses to stressors and how to control them.
Squash comes to campus, and the team gears up for the start of its inaugural season.
The Solar Outdoor Laboratory keeps Britton Plaza plugged in.
Dickinson Career Conference offers students and alumni career-development tools.
Earth-sciences major, environmental conservationist and Posse scholar Elizabeth Plascencia '16 has studied volcanoes in Iceland and came close to becoming a longboarding pro.
The assistant professor of sociology discusses how race shapes relationships and the challenges of ethnographic research.
Katherine Roy '15, a math and physics major, talks about her love of the sciences, international travel and dance and how Dickinson allows her to pursue all her disparate passions.
A panel of local and regional government officials will discuss Pennsylvania’s current system of local government.
The Teach for America organization lauds Dickinson for being a top contributor to its corps.
Krista Dionne '15 discovers that the Dickinson experience might find you wherever you are.
Like her flagship course, Lynn Helding’s new association, which she co-founded with colleagues, dives into the physics and anatomy that power the human voice.
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