The Calendar of the Arts lists dynamic public events that represent the academic curriculum in the Arts at Dickinson.
Rather than just telling his students how an EEG measures brain activity, psychology professor Jon Page empowers them to perform the steps and experience the results themselves.
More than 200 images were submitted for the 2013 study-abroad photo contest, and they feature striking scenes captured by our students around the world.
Students find spaces all over campus to work through challenging questions and assignments—on their own or in collaboration with classmates or professors.
A bonfire on Morgan Field to celebrate Earth Hour was part of a monthlong effort to encourage energy conservation, raise awareness and empower students to get involved.
What are our seniors up to? From art to science, theatre & dance to women’s studies, they have been presenting the culmination of their work at Dickinson to their professors, fellow majors and the campus community.
The drive to know more unites professors and students in spaces across and beyond campus.
A globalizing world needs citizens and leaders with the international understanding that Dickinson provides.
Dickinson offers the freedom to seek connections and explore your interests in and out of the classroom.
Dickinson is a leader among educational institutions committed to environmental sustainability and green initiatives.
Dickinson was founded to prepare students to take leadership roles in a new democracy. This legacy lives on today.
English 404 workshop gives students an intensive writing and editing experience.
Dickinson partners with
study-abroad leaders to create special collection of education-abroad
coverage: Watch the ceremony, view photos and videos and check out the
conversation on social media.
Award-winning author Jennifer Haigh '90 credits her time at Dickinson for helping push her toward her pursuit of writing professionally.
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