Your Gifts at Work
Your gifts help Dickinson provide innovative, interdisciplinary, hands-on learning experiences in the useful liberal arts. Here are some stories highlighting the programs that prepare our students to engage the world and tackle 21st-century problems.
Focus on Faculty: Sarah Skaggs
director and assistant professor of dance discusses her latest project and how
the political climate and cultural history inspire her
New Tenure Track Faculty
Dickinson welcomes new tenure-track faculty with research and teaching interests ranging from politics to evolutionary genomics.
The Stars Look Very Different Today
Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy Catrina Hamilton-Drager explains the significance of and controversy behind Voyager 1's historic journey.
Something in the Water
With the help of GIS, a student-faculty research
project maps the cholera epidemic of 19th-century London.
The liberal arts goes al fresco as students travel to the College Farm for unique learning experiences.
The Physicality of History
lives converge in history through a new student-faculty research project.
Found in Translation
Latin and mathematics intersect in an ongoing
project that links students, faculty and academic departments.
Dickinson challenged me to step outside of my comfort zone and beyond the boundaries that I had set for myself. I developed the confidence to take risks and learned to trust my instincts—these are lessons that have yielded tremendous rewards in my professional and personal life.
—Jason Gong '06