Student Highlights

2015 Student Award Recipients:
Nate Latshaw - Class of 1875
Jordan Forry - C.W. Fink
Jason Gates - Departmental Honors
Johnathan Jones - Departmental Honors

2014 Student Award Recipients:
Qingyu Wang - Class of 1875
Mary Campbell - C.W. Fink
Nolan Funchion - Departmental Honors

2013 Student Award Recipients:
Kevin Cottington - Class of 1875
Yujia Zhou - Class of 1875
John Gallagher - C.W. Fink
Julia Sturgeon -C.W. Fink

Class of 2012 Honors Graduates:
Misha Garg
Jenna W. Long
Devin Quinn

Newsworthy Items:

Ben Kaufman '16 (From Dickinson Today - The Value of Yes)
Economics and political science double major, Ben Kaufman ’16, is highlighted in Dickinson Today's Student Snapshot article "The Value of Yes". The son of reporters who took him across the globe in pursuit of a story, Ben has inherited a journalist's friendliness, curiosity and zest for adventure. At Dickinson, he’s a student-musician, Student Senate member and tour guide who studied abroad in Italy last year.

For more information on Ben or to learn more about the many programs Ben is involved with at Dickinson, please click here.

Yoonseok “Yoon” Choi ’15 (From Dickinson Today - The Power of Positive Thinking)
Living, studying and working in a foreign country is far from easy, but Korea native Yoon Choi ’15 is not one to shirk from challenges, whether as an international student at Dickinson, a member of a two-year Korean Army program or an intern at high-profile, international corporations. The secret to his success? Positive thinking. And that perspective, combined with hard work, is paying off handsomely: After graduation, this economics major will fly to London to begin training for a job with Deutsche Bank, the largest foreign-exchange dealer in the world. For more information on Yoon, please click "here".

Charlayne Davis '16 completed the American Economic Association's 6-week summer training program at the University of New Mexico. This intensive undergraduate program provides courses in economic theory, mathematics, and econometrics with a focus on math skills necessary for studying economics at a doctoral level. The program introduces students to options available to economists in the academy, business, government and other career paths, and provides the opportunity to forge peer and mentor relationships that will continue beyond the summer.