Faculty expertise continues to be awarded, published and celebrated, recently by the National Endowment for the Humanities and in The New York Times, Fast Company, The New Yorker and Quebec Science.
The latest publications, grants and accolades for our accomplished faculty and staff.
With leukemia in the crosshairs, two Dickinson professors will spend two years training students for a future in medicine and biomedical research.
Working with a group from Cambridge University, Professor of Physics Lars English publishes new research in 'Nature' journal 'Communication Physics.'
Professor of Computer Science John MacCormick explains how Google’s cofounders used math to beat the competition and change the way we interact with information.
Dickinson kicked off Alumni Weekend by honoring Professor of Earth Sciences Ben Edwards, the college's first Moraine Chair in Arctic Studies.
Our faculty experts were featured in an array of local, national and international outlets this spring, covering everything from Ukraine and COVID-19 to nanotechnology and feminist economics.
A new study in the journal Health Economics is the first to comprehensively examine the impact of job losses during the Great Recession on the mental and physical health of young adults.
Jack Drda '24 has interned at a hospital and has researched rare plant species, the effects of invasive species on trees and a little-known autoinflammatory disorder.
A new study led by a Dickinson professor and published in the journal 'Psychology & Health' finds people who worried more about COVID-19 also took more precautions against catching the disease.
Working through the Center for Sustainability Education, Dickinson student researchers examine and diagnose local greenhouse gas emissions and their effects.
Samuel Lavine ’22 is a history major, Baird Sustainability Fellow and Center for Sustainability Education intern who will enter the master’s program at the Columbia Climate School next fall.
Students present original scientific research on everything from the geoarchaeology of stone steps to the impact of climate change on snapping turtles.