A Dickinson College professor is among a group of researchers saying initiatives to curtail altered images could reduce the risk for eating disorders.
Chemistry major Matt Loalbo '20 gains research experience and explores the pharmaceutical industry as a medicine design intern at Pfizer Research and Development.
John Patterson '20 is interning as a summer analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he produces new business and hones the skills he's learned as an international business & management major at Dickinson.
Former international business & management major and film studies minor Anedra Edwards ’10 manages over 1,800 visual effects shots for the CW Network's "Black Lightning."
Back from Nepal and Bhutan, Allison Miller '20 discusses why she applied Early Decision.
Dickinson College leads fundraising drive to help local nonprofit continue after-school programs for Carlisle-area children.
The Dickinson-CET Global Leaders Scholarship is awarded to high school students who studied abroad through a CET program.
As a clinical research assistant at the National Institutes of Health's Endocrine Oncology Branch, Ryan Murphy '20 is learning skills he will take with him to pursue a career in medicine.
Music major Abby Duell '20 had a dream: to study opera in Italy. As a study-abroad student in Bologna, she did exactly that, and she loved every minute.
Society of American Archivists award recognizes the CISDRC's "profound impact on generations of Native American people."
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.
More than 100 high-achieving high school students from around the country visit Dickinson to study Civil War history.
Jack Buck ’21 wanted to learn in the great outdoors, not just about them. As a biology major and Outing Club member with a U.S. Forest Service internship, that’s exactly what he’s doing at Dickinson.
While studying abroad in Italy, English and Italian studies major Cormac Stevens '20 conducted on-the-ground, original research on theatre and art in 18th-century Venice.
Former self-developed film studies major Olivia Zoratto ’18 credits Dickinson’s liberal-arts education with giving her the skills to launch a successful career in the entertainment industry.
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