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Our world-class faculty members are leaders in research and scholarship in their respective disciplines. Discover resources for current and prospective faculty members.

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Dietrich Physicist David Wallace Featured in Scientific American

David Wallace a physicist, philosopher, and director of graduate studies in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science in the Dietrich School was interviewed for a Scientific American article.

New Lithium Source Could Come From Pennsylvania Waste Water According to Dietrich Graduate Student and Research Team

Justin Mackey, a graduate student in the Department of Geology and Environmental Science in the Dietrich School, and his research team were featured in New Atlas.

Chemistry Professor and Researcher Featured in Mining for Work on Fentanyl Sensor

Alexander Star, lead researcher and professor in chemistry and bioengineering in the Dietrich School has been leading a research team to create a sensor that can detect the presence of fentanyl.