October 24, 2017
President Ensign is coming to The Walters Art Museum to get to know the thriving Dickinson community in the Baltimore area.
As part of the Useful Education for the Common Good Tour, President Ensign is coming to The Walters Art Museum to get to know the thriving Dickinson community in the Baltimore area, share her vision for Dickinson’s future and answer your questions. Join us for a discussion about the college’s historic mission with President Ensign and hear her plans for keeping Benjamin Rush’s useful education for the common good bold, relevant and vital for the 21st century and beyond. The two-hour event will feature a moderated Q&A session with President Ensign as well as the chance to mix and mingle with her and your fellow Dickinsonians. We want to hear from you, so include your question for President Ensign when you fill out the event registration form! This event is hosted by George & Jennifer Reynolds ’77 and Elke & Bill Durden ’71 and moderated by John Frisch ’80. Please register by Friday, October 13.
- Location: The Walters Art Museum 600 N Charles St Baltimore, MD 21201
- Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
- Cost: Free