From the Canadian Arctic to Andean ritual drinking vessels, the Dickinson experience has given Allison Curley ’19 a wide range of research opportunities.
Tom O’Donnell ’19 puts learning into action through global research on glacial lakes, an internship in a wastewater treatment lab and local community service.
Alumni will learn about the science and history behind Mt. Vesuvius, the volcano that destroyed Pompeii in 79 A.D., during an adventurous trip led by an internationally recognized volcanologist.
Renowned biological and materials engineer Angela Belcher will present the annual Joseph Priestley Award Celebration Lecture at Dickinson.
Alumni and students examine never-before-seen fossils and learn what they tell us about our planet’s changing climate during talks with experts and a private lab tour at the Field Museum.
Geochemical analyses of ancient turquoise artifacts refute long-held claims that it was imported to Mesoamerica from the U.S.
William Irving ’19 double-majors in earth sciences and Russian, and he has seized the chance to research both subjects in far-off places.
We join a geophysics class as they search for unmarked gravesites with ground-penetrating radar.
Graduating senior will attend graduate school at the University of Wyoming.
Graduating senior lands job as research technician at the Rodale Institute.
Majoring in English at Dickinson has taken Ivy Gilbert ’18 to some unexpected places, including studying ecology on the Chesapeake and conducting geochemical analysis in the West.
Students use ground-penetrating radar to examine a historic site.
Boundary-crossing student research takes on mental health in India, bee neuroplasticity and environmental justice for the common good.
Priestley Award recipient Richard Alley discusses the way forward in the face of climate change.
Dickinson’s Priestley Award Lecturer focuses on renewable energy and hope for new systems of sustainability.
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