Meet Larissa Babicz ’20, a bio major, birder, dog trainer and wildlife artist who researches the effects of climate change on birds in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
Physics major Amanda Baylor ’20 has participated in student-faculty research that has taken her from Dickinson to Australia as she prepares for a career studying gravitational waves.
“I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to study health in different cultural contexts around the world,” says Brigette Stickney '20, who's working toward a career as a doctor.
Through coursework, internships and student-faculty research, earth sciences major Angelo Tarzona ’21 is probing the Earth's geologic history to positively impact its future.
Robin Okunowo '21 is combining her interests in the environment, social justice and ethics, and she’s doing research and fieldwork that will help her combine those interests beyond Dickinson.
Sarah Clancy ’20, a champion equestrian and international business & management major, is preparing to make her mark in the world of business and marketing.
Meet Nick Seck ’20, an RA, volunteer, blogger, student-entrepreneur and individualist who plans to one day work remotely, so he can see all of the counties in the U.S.
Lucille Papile ’21 is a published essayist-poet and neuroscience major who plans a career in wilderness therapy. She discusses her love of writing and her favorite experiences at Dickinson so far.
From mathematics to creative writing, Olin Rhoads ’21 is finding ways to nurture all of his multifaceted interests at Dickinson.
Chemistry major Eric Palermo '20 is putting his education into action, researching how to build better broccoli and more sustainable PVC and working in an analytical chemistry lab in Carlisle.
From double majoring in chemistry and French to competing on the swim team and conducting genetic research into leukemia, Demetria Ruhl ’20 has found room to pursue all of her interests at Dickinson.
Texas native Odalis Almendarez Pina ’20 traveled a long way to Dickinson, and since coming to campus, she’s traveled even more.
Whether he’s on the football field, in class (economics, pre-law) or soaking up all he can learn during a hospital internship, Phil Petrina ’20 gives it his all.
As Grace Ingle ’20 sees it, “opportunities abound, but you have to step up and take them.” Find out how this Army War College intern who’s studied abroad twice has done just that at Dickinson.
Meet Michael Murphy ’20, a track-and-field student-athlete majoring in neuroscience who researched telemedicine through an internship at the Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children.
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