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Blending computer science, math and biology, former mathematics major Natalie Stanley ’13 works as a postdoctoral fellow in Stanford University’s computational immunology lab.
Six international students offer an inside look at their Dickinson experience.
The tech industry has seen several revolutions since Dave ’74 and Sue Stebbins Souerwine ’75 launched their careers. Now they're helping students join the big data revolution.
Find out why computer science and mathematics major Ngan "Elly" Do '22 says, “being a Dickinsonian ... helps me discover that I am able to do much more than I expect."
Scott Nowicki ’06 is a physician-scientist whose leading-edge trial is funded by a $4.6 million grant. Learn why he brought a young Dickinson math-department graduate and Posse scholar onto his team.
The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues at Dickinson College will welcome three guest speakers in November to discuss a broad range of issues.
As a data science intern with ReturnLogic, Muhammad Burhan '21 got firsthand experience managing e-commerce platforms for fashion brands and assisted the brands with data-driven solutions.
Former mathematics and economics double major Cody Nichols '15 harnesses his Dickinson education to launch a successful career as a sales reporting analyst with the Campbell Soup Company.
From mathematics to creative writing, Olin Rhoads ’21 is finding ways to nurture all of his multifaceted interests at Dickinson.
“Dickinson helped me find my true passion for science and for helping people,” says Ashir Borah ’19, who’ll soon join the MIT/Harvard Broad Institute as a computational biologist.
Airbnb prices, sports stats, tourism and housing in China, fitness levels at West Point ... Data-crunching students in an advanced analysis class conduct original research on all this and more.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with BlackRock, BNP Paribas, Enterprise Knowledge and Audible and are accepted into graduate programs at Brown, Dartmouth, Georgetown and USC.
The Quantitative Reasoning Center helps students navigate mathematical concepts.
Muhammad Burhan '21 merges studies in mathematics, computer science, economics and health studies to prepare to solve 21st-century challenges around the world.
From theoretical physics to research on lithium batteries and solar air heaters, Julia Huddy '19 is discovering that the most challenging experiences can also be the most rewarding.
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