Students from the second cohort of the Community College Partnership Initiative reflect on their Dickinson experience and share insights gained and plans for the future.
Afghan native, gender-equality advocate and sociology major Noorjahan Akbar ’14 won the grand prize in Glamour magazine and L’Oreal Paris’s Top College Women contest.
In recent visit surveys, prospective students and families have described our campus as “beautiful,” “stunning,” “impressive,” “past meets future.” Come see for yourself.
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.
Congratulations to the class of 2013! We are proud of your collective accomplishments and look forward to watching as you continue to make your mark on the wider world.
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.
The award is presented at Commencement to a faculty member elected
by the senior class through secret balloting.
More than 1,300 Dickinsonians from around the world gathered on campus June 14-16 for Alumni Weekend 2013.
Sean Lyness '11 visited Dickinson to screen an award-winning documentary and chat with current students about his cinematic career.
From jobs and military service to Fulbright projects and graduate programs, the class of 2013 is embarking on a bright future.
Explore Abraham Lincoln's life,
leadership and legacy through a course taught by history professor and Lincoln
scholar Matthew Pinsker. Enroll now for graduate credit or personal
The rolling farmlands of Pennsylvania are a far cry from the Bronx projects where Gilbert Bonafé ’11 was raised. But this urban transplant is well suited to help his rural students succeed.
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