Giving to Dickinson
Dickinson has progressed
further, faster than our peers, and the world has taken note.
dogged determination and an astonishing list of achievements have created a
new and well-founded depth of pride in our college and, with it, an
unparalleled level of momentum.
about what we teach, how we teach and where we teach, and it's time to build the future of our
Not Just an Education
David Tretter ’14 revels in the Dickinson experience.
On the Wide Path to Success
Elena Capaldi ’14 finds that one class can change everything.
Agent of Change
Environmental-studies major Lexie Raczka ’14 sees opportunity at every turn.
Nancy A. Roseman delivers her inauguration address.
Welcome, and Welcome Back
Families, alumni and friends of the college traveled to Dickinson from far and wide to attend the 2013 Homecoming & Family Weekend.
New Tenure Track Faculty
Dickinson welcomes new tenure-track faculty with research and teaching interests ranging from politics to evolutionary genomics.
Lisa Jackson visit
Former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, winner of Dickinson's Rose-Walters Prize, visits campus for an inspirational, two-day residency.
Dickinson celebrated the impact of the Dr. Inge P. Stafford Greenhouse for Teaching and Research during a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony.
The Physicality of History
lives converge in history through a new student-faculty research project.
Taking the Lead
A $400,000 Mellon grant funds a national program to bridge the military-civilian divide, with Dickinson at the helm.
More Than a Souvenir Program
The father of a 2013 graduate reflects on new roads
Turning Green Into Gold
house becomes fourth building in the last three years to earn LEED Gold
Progress Continues on Durden Athletic Training Center
Dickinson community comes together to thank Sam Rose '58 and Julie Walters at Durden Athletic Training Center.
Scholarships for Students in Need
Whether helping students build a more sustainable future or use the arts as a healing tool, scholarship gifts change lives and fuel the future.