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Alumni in Action: Global Engagement
Sasha Shapiro ’15 will study Russian bioethics through a prestigious University of Virginia graduate fellowship.
‘We All Want to Be Free’
Noorjahan Akbar ’14, an internationally renowned advocate for Afghan women, returns to Dickinson to co-screen a documentary about contemporary journalism in her home country.
A Deep and Nuanced Understanding
Robert Hindle '64's lifelong study of international business and culture deepened while working in Egypt during the 9/11 attacks. Today, he helps support Dickinson's Middle East studies program.
Hannah Huber '02 launched Amsterdam Academy as an opportunity for Americans living in Amsterdam to connect with local culture, ideas and innovators.
Devy Emperador ’08 uses the "breadth and depth" of her Dickinson education to take on infectious disease.
Christina Baum ’14 is spending two years in the Peace Corps, and she’s out to make a difference.
A Peace Corps Volunteer in Peru
Alexandra Kaye ’13 discusses how her work with the Peace Corps “is having a measurable impact.”
Making a Difference, Adventurously
Maggie Murphy ’06 finds adventure, cultural exchange and opportunity to make a difference through global public-health career.
Back in the (Former) USSR
Olivia Stevens '12 finds herself living in a tiny, landlocked country, and that's just fine with her.
Fulbrighters: Where are they now?
What do our young alumni do after completing the Fulbright program? We checked in with a few recent grads to find out.
Working Free Will
Chris Roberts '11 tackles the practicalities behind the philosophies of business, development and democracy.
On Familiar Ground
From the battlefield to the classroom, Rick Clifton '79 is in his element.
Food for Thought
From a small Kenyan village to Rome, Anna-Lisa Noack '11 finds herself "in the field."
Indiana Jones 2.0
Archaeologist Allison Cuneo '07 performs high-profile international research.
Andrew Slater '00 further develops his global sensibility as an English lecturer at the American University of Iraq.
The Descendants of (Operations) Moses, Joshua and Solomon
Dickinsonians work to improve lives within Israel’s Ethiopian Jewish population.
Heather Lingenfelter Ditillo ’92 works to eradicate poverty by empowering communities.
Katie Kiraly '11 went from a Middle East studies to a research-assistant position at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
Harmony of Interests
Three Dickinson alumnae are the founders of Cameroonian Roots, a program that propagates microfinance opportunities and lessons in urban agriculture and women's empowerment in Cameroon.
Ready for Any Direction
Global Public Health Consultant Ben Tiede '05 discusses how his Dickinson experience prepared him to make the most of his opportunities.
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