Michael Snyder, an expert in genetics, will deliver a lecture at Dickinson discussing how new technologies have opened up the possibility of personalized medicine.
Ever wonder what happens to those four-legged Dog House grads? Three are service superstars, including one that's a doggie-agent for the CIA.
The Dickinson College Farm shares some tips for a tasty and more sustainable Thanksgiving meal.
Four Dickinson singers emerge from a regional competition with winning scores, and two more were semifinalists.
Their dreams foretold victory. What could possibly go wrong? Professor of History David Commins gives context for Saudi Arabia's political climate at a contentious time in the country's history.
Dickinson presents iEcho, an innovative convergence of dance, video and audience interaction that examines slippery notions of reality and the ways technology shapes our perceptions and choices.
Ethnomusicologist Paul Berliner will discuss his most recent research on Zimbabwean mbira music and musicians.
While studying in Nepal through the global, interdisciplinary Mosaic research program, students attend a dinner with Dickinsonians and even a few prospective students and their families.
Celebrity chef and author Hugh Acheson recently visited Dickinson to serve tacos, sell and sign his new book and raise money for his charity, Seed Life Skills.
Biology major Nick Long ’19 is driven to make a tangible impact in marine conservation and environmental issues.
Dickinson’s Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring and the Cumberland County Conservation District are working with the community to gather data on the health of a nearby creek.
Flaherty Lecture brings a changing mental health landscape to light.
The Dickinson-Carlisle Scholarship reflects Dickinson’s deep commitment to the community and to providing a distinctive brand of useful education that informs a life of civic engagement.
Former environmental studies major Dan Myers ’11 helps protect the last wild places in the ocean as the international policy manager for the National Geographic Society Pristine Seas project.
Emily Baum, a scholar of modern Chinese history, focuses on mental illness in early 20th century China in Dickinson’s annual Flaherty Lecture in Asian Studies.
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