The Psychology of a Pandemic: Professor of Psychology Marie Helweg-Larsen and alumnae Laurel Peterson ’06 and Sarah DiMuccio ’15 discuss their research into what predicts coronavirus risk perceptions. We’ll explore what the researchers are learning and how it could help governments, businesses and nonprofits with their messaging around COVID-19. Dickinson College Podcast, January 26, 2021

Scientists Say Cheese. Dickinson Magazine, p. 25, Fall 2019

Dickinson College Study-Abroad Students Volunteer at Leading-Edge London Nonprofits. Dickinson College, October, 2019

Research Reaches into the Community. Students partner with local health center to conduct smoking research. Dickinson College, January, 2017

A Distinction among Peers. Professor of Psychology Marie Helweg-Larsen earns 2015-16 distinguished teaching award. Dickinson College, May, 2016

Honorary Degree Citation presented to Dr. David Satcher, Commencement. Dickinson College, May, 2016

Studying Stigma. Student researchers explore the stigmas of smoking with Professor Marie Helweg-Larsen. Dickinson College, May, 2016

A Reader’s Best Friend. Therapy dog makes reading fun for local students. Dickinson College, October, 2015

The Ebola Outbreak. Let’s Weigh the Risk. Dickinson College, December, 2014

Moralization and Smoking. Dickinson College Science Magazine, April, 2014