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Alumni in Action: Global Engagement
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.
Teaching Around the World
English teacher, Christian Service Society Home of Blessings, Bangladesh
Dimension: Develop a Global Sensibility
Hip-Hop: The Grammarian's Guide
Former study-abroad student takes innovative approach as Fulbright teaching assistant.
Taking the Long View
Dickinsonians who have volunteered in the Peace Corps discuss their experiences.
For Wendi Springer ’02, a first-year language class led her to a new country and vocation.
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