Ryo Morimoto, a Princeton University anthropology professor and author, will discuss the impact of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Dickinson professor of physics earns 2024 Faculty Member for Research in an Undergraduate Institution recognition.
Through the power of AI, Dickinson students will soon be able to practice Japanese language in a novel and convenient way.
Professor of Mathematics and Data Analytics Dick Forrester discusses the universal utility of mathematics, roundhouse kicks and how data analytics holds the promise of true transformation.
Kirsten Guss, associate professor of biology and John R. & Inge Paul Stafford Chair in Bioinformatics, discusses genetics and the innovational nature of bioinformatics.
Dickinson’s faculty has named Emily Pawley, associate professor of history and Walter E. Beach ’56 Chair in Sustainability Studies, as the 2023 recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award.
Dickinson’s class of 2023 has selected Senior Lecturer in International Business & Management Steve Riccio as the recipient of the annual Constance & Rose Ganoe Memorial Award.
Dickinsonians from across a wide professional spectrum pass on lessons to the next generation of leaders.
"The more I learned, the more I wanted to learn." The first grads of Dickinson's new program in managing complex disasters look back on their journeys and forward to the important work ahead.
Professor of Computer Science John MacCormick examines how his unintentional creation of a biased algorithm reveals important lessons as AI becomes more influential.
Joining Dickinson on July 1, Cramer says she is "dedicated to the kind of education that Dickinson provides: an innovative liberal-arts curriculum."
With a fellowship grant and an honorable mention, national organizations highlight scholarly edition and translation work.
Every 2023-24 Dickinson applicant has been accepted into the Visiting Student Programme at Oxford University’s Mansfield College, one of the most selective abroad programs in higher education.
With $800,000 in funding from the Mellon Foundation, Dickinson will launch a center and academic program in Native American and Indigenous studies.
With leukemia in the crosshairs, two Dickinson professors will spend two years training students for a future in medicine and biomedical research.
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