At the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT and across the globe, Liam Alec Stenson Ortiz ’19 helps prepare for future pandemics, with a focus on the world's underserved communities.
The college's long history of Fulbright success continues as a recent graduate and three seniors receive grants for one of the world's most prestigious international exchange programs.
With a double major in German and anthropology and coursework in health studies, Sofia Perrone is gearing up for a career that taps her interests in medical anthropology, global cultures and policy.
Inspired by granddaughter Laney Herndon '22, Albert '60 and Virginia Alley established a program to make health-focused service trips available to students planning related careers.
Maeve Thistel ’24, an avid runner and anthropology major, has researched food insecurity and dietary diversity and plans a career in nutrition and integrative health.
Meet Daniel Yamoah ’23, a multiple-scholarship awardee who's preparing for a career as a physician through student-faculty research and opportunities made possible by the Dickinson alumni network.
Students present original scientific research on everything from the geoarchaeology of stone steps to the impact of climate change on snapping turtles.
Meet Izzy Ferrazza ’24, an anthropology major who values how her Dickinson professors are professors are "extremely passionate and dedicated to ... education."
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.
“Dickinson creates environments that encourage building valuable relationships,” says Chinemerem Nwanze ’23, a psychology major, Student Senate member, Posse Scholar, Civic Action Intern and author.
Learn how student-faculty cancer research, internships with leading health care providers and close mentoring relationships with faculty are preparing Irem Ozturk ’22 for a future in medicine.
Learn more about Cassandra DiPierro ’23, a psychology major with two minors, who's pursuing a health-studies certificate, is an avid hiker and is certified in reiki.
Learn the story behind one of Dickinson's best-loved classes, Spanish for the Health Professions, and how students make a difference in the lives of local migrant workers.
Paul Duprex, distinguished molecular virologist and vaccine designer, will discuss COVID-19 vaccine development in a virtual talk from Dickinson's Clarke Forum.
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