From philosophy to food systems, classes will run the academic gamut.
Psychology course uses Oculus Quest VR headsets to create more realistic experiments in controlled environments.
Robots, food justice, modern art, pseudoscience, big data, music, medicine and more. There was a First-Year Seminar for every interest this year.
New research published this month in the Southern Economic Journal reveals job losses during the Great Recession may be partly responsible for the recent drop in U.S. birth rates.
Science majors present research on subjects ranging from glaciovolcanism to acute myeloid leukemia.
Dickinson faculty and staff continue to be go-to sources for major media outlets, from The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal to NBC News and NPR.
Daniel Ngo '19 discusses his research into evolutionary computation during his senior honors presentation.
The Quantitative Reasoning Center helps students navigate mathematical concepts.
Dickinson sends its second-largest class ever to study under Oxford’s tutoring system.
National physics associations honors Natalie Ferris ’18 for work she did as a Dickinson senior.
The associate professor of physics & astronomy will receive the award from the American Association of Physics Teachers.
An exploration of the countless and endlessly surprising forms of research that exist in every classroom, every academic major, every intellectual discipline at Dickinson.
Discover what our renowned faculty and dedicated staff have been up to, including publications, grants and awards.
Dickinson honors three first-year students with writing and research awards.
New Mailman School of Public Health partnership program offers two tracks toward a master of public health degree.
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