Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
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“I’ve learned that hard work pays off, and it is important to stay focused but also have fun!” says Claudia Maira ’21, team captain, student volunteer and aspiring sports-medicine pro.
Isabel Cardi '21 has excelled as a runner during her time at Dickinson, and she hasn't stopped moving forward because of the pandemic.
Go inside the emergency room with Michelle Reina ’05, a doctor in southern Oregon, for whom the pandemic has been very personal.
Devy Emperador '08 works as a scientific officer at FIND in Geneva, Switzerland, where she develops testing methods to respond to COVID-19.
Take a look at how Dickinson faculty will bring the liberal arts to students across the nation and world in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three former Red Devil runners chase their dreams in the Olympic Marathon Trials.
Students were all set to present original research on campus. Then COVID-19 happened. Here's how they responded.
Biology majors secure jobs the National Institutes of Health, GeneDx and the Illinois River Biological Station.
Charles A. Dana Professor of Biology John Henson, a cell biologist and comparative immunologist, will discuss various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Blending computer science, math and biology, former mathematics major Natalie Stanley ’13 works as a postdoctoral fellow in Stanford University’s computational immunology lab.
Dickinson's commitment to a global education is part of what inspired Patrick Irwin '17 to go abroad and help poverty-stricken areas by supporting local business growth.
Tour guide, equestrian and biology major Hannah Findling ’20 has worked with elephants, snorkeled the Great Barrier Reef, completed gopher tortoise burrow surveys and researched snakes.
Study led by Associate Professor of Biology Scott Boback shows radio telemetry coupled with visual surveys is a powerful method of detecting the brown treesnake on Guam and preventing its takeover.
What climate-change clues can we find in Arctic lakes? A student-faculty research team breaks new ground, studying intricate microbial systems that alter carbon levels.
From exploring seagrass beds and mangrove forests in Turks and Caicos to sharing her experiences as a Global Ambassador, Delaney Koch ’20 is making the most of her Dickinson experience.
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