Anh Duc Do '19 discusses his experiences as a Vietnamese international student studying in China, and the joys of discovering a new way of learning on campus.
As a third-time intern at Concur Technologies, now owned by SAP, Riley Gulrajani '18 used lessons he learned as an international business & management and economics double major to start his career.
The International Association for Feminist Economics has honored the service of Associate Professor of Economics Ebru Kongar.
Toni Ortega '18 is no stranger to multitasking. In addition to the work she did as a campus recruitment intern at NBCUniversal, she also built her network to help chart her career path.
Computer science and classical studies collide as Dickinsonians mod a sprawling video game to better understand an underexplored period in Roman history.
Grace Stromberg '19 pushes the boundaries of her comfort zone and gains valuable professional experience through her internship at the National Aquarium.
As a financial analyst intern at Wells Fargo, Wes Heffernan '18 is banking on his past internship experience and valuable Dickinson education to build a lasting career in finance.
Meet scholar-athletes, co-captains and best friends Madison Parks ’17 and Joana Nunes ’17.
Hayley Murdough ’18, is already a graduate of the U.S. Army Airborne School, and she hopes to use her international studies and economics double major to leap into a career in international affairs.
From past internships to her current position as Huffington Post campus-editor-at-large, Emily Robertson ’17 is gathering experience and preparing to enter the fields of social media and marketing.
An urban policy expert looks at gentrification and race during a lecture at Dickinson.
Jean-Daniel Goblet ’18 knew he wanted to leave Belgium for a college in the U.S. Learn about how he discovered Dickinson, the moment when the college became his home and more.
A Dickinsonian who's become a rising star in the financial field offers tips and advice to students at different stages of their career exploration.
Meet emerging change-maker Yanqing Zhao ’19, an economics major, Montgomery Scholar, Oxford study abroad student and recipient of two prestigious prizes.
At age 10, he had his first flying lesson. Today, high-flying economics major Ellis Tucci ’20 heads a startup he describes as “Uber for planes.”
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