A 3,500-mile photography trip to the wilds of Peru was more than an immersive research experience for environmental-science major Wesley Lickus ’17. It was the start of an ongoing adventure.
Policy major and Posse Scholar Frieda Adu-Brempong ’16 discusses social problem-solving and the Washington Center project that earned her a trip to Japan.
Two worlds happily collide as Molly DiLeonardi '15 welcomes both her family and her Cameroonian host family to campus for graduation day.
Ashton Fiucci '15 loves to study language and culture, so being able to take Spanish and Italian at Dickinson, study abroad and intern at an Italian scholarly journal was a dream come true.
Fresh from performing at an international theatre festival in Belgium, sociology and French double major Sarah Goslin ’15 describes her experiences at Dickinson and abroad.
Want to help the victims of the Nepal earthquake, but unsure how? Look no further.
The secret to Yoon Choi ’15’s success as an international student, member of the Korean Army and high-level intern? Work hard and accentuate the positive.
A passion for social justice leads Jahmel Martin ’16 to a prestigious fellowship.
When students return from studying abroad, they bring a wealth of insight and experiences home. How to share it? The Global Photo Contest.
Enhancements to Dickinson-in-France program aim to deepen interaction, immersion and international partnerships.
Alexandra Kaye ’13 discusses how her work with the Peace Corps “is having a measurable impact.”
Computer-science major, Benjamin Rush Scholar and ROTC member Jacob Heybey '16 is well on his way to a fascinating international career.
Maggie Murphy ’06 finds adventure, cultural exchange and opportunity to make a difference through global public-health career.
Dickinson and The Johns Hopkins University have partnered to offer a dual-degree program in international studies.
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