Dyson College has responded to the new normal.
Experts and attendees at the “Resilience IV Summit: The Future of Meat?” examined
the many facets of the production and consumption of meat.
Although Dyson College Dean Nira Herrmann, PhD, stepped down at the conclusion of the 2019-20 academic year, she has left behind a remarkable breadth of accomplishments that will serve the University for years to come.
A new fellowship is providing opportunities for diverse creatives.
A travel course to Costa Rica; nine funded internships; community service awards; and more.
A new imaging system provides fresh research capabilities.
When COVID-19 emerged, the Dyson community responded.
Students speak at the United Nations and American Museum of Natural History; earn top prizes for entrepreneurial ideas.
An alumna and faculty member are saving sea turtles and providing research opportunities for students
The Pace Federal Reserve Challenge Team made history.