The new fellowship supports research and internships both on campus and off, across the academic year and through the summer.
John Mather will receive Dickinson’s annual Joseph Priestley Award.
"I'm so grateful for the support system and community I've gained here," says Prerana Patil '24, a double major in environmental science and chemistry, who did biogas research at the College Farm.
Former chemistry major William “Hunter” Woodward ’06 creates new and innovative sustainability solutions as a researcher at Dow Chemical Core Research and Development.
From Dickinson to Caltech to NASA, the astrochemist (and artist) has always seen her future in the stars.
Graduating seniors secure jobs in medical and chemical research, earn prestigious scholarships and are accepted into graduate programs at Penn State, Johns Hopkins and others.
Students present original scientific research on everything from the geoarchaeology of stone steps to the impact of climate change on snapping turtles.
Dickinson's long history of Fulbright success continues with students becoming English Teaching Assistants across Europe and in Brazil.
Eleven students researched end-of-life issues and care in the Netherlands during spring break. What they learned was surprising, and it may enhance their future lives and careers.
Meet Daisheau Player ’22, a chemistry major who's already landed a post-graduation job conducting liver-transplant research at the Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery.
“Through my labs, I learn and develop techniques that will benefit me in my future career,” says Stephanie Uroda ’23, a prize-winning student researcher preparing for a career in neuroscience.
Across the country, and the globe, Dickinson students engaged in a wide variety of summer internships.
Dickinson seniors accepted to University of Maryland, Cornell University and Columbia University and secures job as scientist.
Exploration of a wide range of topics inspires impressive research papers and essays.
With water quality at stake, Professor of Chemistry Amy Witter makes the case for banning coal-tar-based sealants.
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