Through Dickinson's Arctic & Alpine Climate Change program, students conduct hands-on research in ecologically crucial regions and contribute to our knowledge about the Earth's future.
Earth science majors have secured jobs as geologists, project engineers and GIS analysts, and have been accepted into prestigious institutions like George Mason University.
John Mather will receive Dickinson’s annual Joseph Priestley Award.
Dickinson kicked off Alumni Weekend by honoring Professor of Earth Sciences Ben Edwards, the college's first Moraine Chair in Arctic Studies.
Students present original scientific research on everything from the geoarchaeology of stone steps to the impact of climate change on snapping turtles.
Check out what graduating seniors are doing with their earth science degrees.
The Department of Earth Sciences' Potter Lecture will focus on Kevin Padian's work as an expert witness in the landmark Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District trial.
"Within my first year at Dickinson, my world had completely opened up," says Christian Knight '23, an earth sciences major exploring GIS, creative writing and science at Dickinson.
Former geology major Alexandra-Selene Jarvis ’10 strives to solve the world’s environmental challenges as she researches options for renewable energy storage and recovery.
Student-faculty research three years in the making leads to illuminating markers at Civil War historic site.
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