On July 15, Dickinson announced that the fall 2020 semester will be remote. Campus is closed to visitors who do not have an approved appointment. Face coverings must be worn at all times.
Biochemistry & molecular biology major and former ROTC Cadet Susan Buckenmaier ’16 examines the risk factors of populations and their role in the development of chronic disease.
"There are so many people here that want to and will help you succeed,” says Liam Pauli ’21, a student-athlete who interned in a local hospital and plans a career in medicine.
“I love that I can invest myself in the science I am passionate about, surrounded by supportive professors,” says Sophie Kivlehan ’21, who researches cancer and plays in Dickinson's orchestra.
Biochemistry & molecular biology majors secure research, medical and teaching jobs as well as graduate school acceptances.
Three former Red Devil runners chase their dreams in the Olympic Marathon Trials.
Charles A. Dana Professor of Biology John Henson, a cell biologist and comparative immunologist, will discuss various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to study health in different cultural contexts around the world,” says Brigette Stickney '20, who's working toward a career as a doctor.
This summer, Lauren Kageler '20 was a research assistant in the Hastings Research Lab, where she explored using biochemistry to reduce waste.
It's been a decade since the Rector Science Complex was unveiled. See why it remains a wildly popular spot for science students, and how it helps spur innovative student research.
Going into the 2019 Centennial Conference playoffs, the women’s softball team had two secret weapons: pitchers Madison Milaszewski ’19 and Killian Kueny ’19.
Katie Koczirka '20 is spending her summer as an intern at the Boston Children's Hospital, where she's sharpening her lab skills while working alongside professional cancer researchers.
Zoey Miller '20 is spending her second summer in a row at CHOP as a research intern, sharpening the skills she's learned in the labs at Dickinson.
As a clinical research assistant at the National Institutes of Health's Endocrine Oncology Branch, Ryan Murphy '20 is learning skills he will take with him to pursue a career in medicine.
Leah Wachsmuth will perform biological research in Argentina for the National Institutes of Health.
Graduating seniors secure research jobs and are accepted into medical schools as well as graduate programs in biomedical engineering and veterinary medicine.
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