A leading scholar of the Holocaust, Paul Bartrop, will present Dickinson’s 2017 Pincus Lecture.
The 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium highlights wide-ranging work with potential implications on climate change, sustainable pest control and more.
Posse Scholar Rinaldys Castillo ’17 beat the odds when, a year after coming to the U.S. and learning English, he rose to the top of his class. Now he’s preparing for a biomedical career at Dickinson.
From researching influenza to skydiving and scuba diving, biochemistry & molecular biology major Nancy Gomez ’18 is not afraid to jump into life headfirst.
Earth sciences major Zachary Keller-Coffey ’17 discusses his proudest accomplishment, his research on turquoise and his astronomical goals.
The author of a new book on Hollywood’s partnerships with China visits Dickinson for a special lecture.
The Dickinson-in-Spain study-abroad program will be awarded a Medal of Honor by a prestigious organization in Málaga.
Dickinson is sponsoring its fifth-annual marrow-donor registry drive.
Jean-Daniel Goblet ’18 knew he wanted to leave Belgium for a college in the U.S. Learn about how he discovered Dickinson, the moment when the college became his home and more.
Dickinson's student-run MOB brings added energy to extracurricular life at Dickinson.
After dancing barefoot on contaminated ground, Eiko Otake delivers searing, otherworldly performances on campus, presenting work that's transformed her four-decade career.
Robert Deitz will discuss cybersecurity concerns in the “age of Trump” during a lecture at Dickinson.
Professor of Computer Science Grant Braught honored for use of open-source in academia.
Students share their images from around the world in the annual Study Abroad Photo Contest.
Dickinson President-elect Margee Ensign will help commemorate the Rwandan genocide with a speech on the country's progress at Kwibuka 23, Friday, April 7.
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