Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Maggie Douglas discovers that the environmental effects of genetically engineered agriculture are more complex than previously believed.
Jane Mt. Pleasant, agricultural scientist at Cornell University, will discuss the high productivity of an indigenous agricultural system in comparison to European systems.
Student-faculty research team travels to China to examine what happens to Chinese villages in the wake of mass out-migration to urban centers.
See time-lapse video and learn the story behind a mural painted by students studying art, biology and sustainability to present scientific data on local bird species and the Conodoguinet Creek.
In this podcast episode, we travel to Iceland with Dickinson researchers who've earned the title "National Geographic Explorers."
Renowned biological and materials engineer Angela Belcher will present the annual Joseph Priestley Award Celebration Lecture at Dickinson.
Michael Marinelli '19 is working toward becoming an environmental scientist through his internship at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
After networking with a Dickinson alumna, Thomas Riordan '20 found himself at Somerset Development as a manager of community gardens, where he helps educate and encourage the community.
With Fundación Paraguaya and its Poverty Stoplight, Valentina Gheorghiu ’19 works toward measuring and addressing poverty.
At Dickinson, Clara Roth '21 has learned to advocate for herself and for those without a voice.
An Earth Day Network internship gives Ariel Levin-Antila '21 an inside look at the impact and daily operations of an environmental nonprofit.
Meet Olivia Termini '19, a soccer captain who's served two federal government internships, studied abroad, conducted community-based research and much more.
Earth sciences and mathematics double major Hayat Rasul '19 uses science to "uplift communities in need."
Julie Vastine ’03, director of Dickinson’s Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM), has been appointed to the board of the Citizen Science Association.
Dickinson will collaborate with a number of institutions to understand threats to bees in the U.S. and how we can help provide solutions.
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