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Undeterred by COVID, math and economics double major Maisara Khan ’21 served a virtual internship, co-founded a career-focused club and more.
Paul Duprex, distinguished molecular virologist and vaccine designer, will discuss COVID-19 vaccine development in a virtual talk from Dickinson's Clarke Forum.
Find out how Dickinson helped math and quantitative economics double major Bridget Williams ’21 line up a job with T. Rowe Price before graduation.
“Dickinson embodied everything that I was looking for,” says Alice Agyekum ’22, who has prepared for medical school at Dickinson through coursework, research, and an internship with UPMC Pinnacle.
Find out how the mix of hard tech and liberal arts Mike Capone ’88 found at Dickinson helped him go from computer science major to tech company CEO.
A new consulting club aims to create a knowledge base and networking connections for fellow Dickinsonians.
Meet Louis Poirot ’22, a double major in physics and math who interned in France and once worked as a wrangler at an Arizona dude ranch.
The Data Science Initiative infuses data analytics with the liberal arts; students will understand, critique and construct data-driven arguments that drive decision-making across a variety of fields.
Graham Novitch '20 secures financial analyst job with Celsius Network through a current Dickinson parent.
Muhammad Burhan '21 studies the emotional well-being of students during the pandemic.
In his new book, Professor of Mathematics Dave Richeson dives into the famous problems of antiquity.
Meet Kate Erfle ’21, who's research merging art and math was accepted for publication by an international conference and who created a dynamic intranet site through an immersive internship.
By tapping into Dickinson's powerful alumni network, Muhammad Burhan '21 met Dominick Cerminaro '00, an alum who helped him secure a summer internship in data analysis at Horizon Therapeutics.
Mathematics majors secure jobs at IBM, Capital One and Epic and are accepted to graduate programs at Cornell University and the Mayo Clinic.
Eddy Diamantis ’16, Kai Ward ’19 and Elisa Varlotta ’20 join the 29 Dickinson students, alumni and administrators who have garnered Fulbrights over the past five years.
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