Dickinson earns an AASHE Gold 2.0 rating for holistic sustainability approach.
Dickinson has received more than $75,000 in rebates for its energy-saving improvements.
At Dickinson's College Farm, plant and animal waste is turned into biogas.
How does climate change affect lake ecology? Max Egener ’16 and Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Kristin Strock are investigating.
Dickinson is once again among the Top 10 energy-conserving colleges in the nation.
Mark Ruffalo, actor and activist, speaks about his work fighting fracking and promoting alternative energy through his Solutions Project.
The Durden Athletic Training Center is the college’s fifth LEED gold building
John Dickinson Scholar, Baird Fellow and Spanish and environmental-studies major Caryn Sennett ’15 discusses the professors, classes and experiences that have molded her.
A visit to China to investigate the country's waterways leads to student-research presentations at a national conference.
For the sixth-consecutive year, Dickinson is recognized as the Centennial Conference’s largest green-power user.
The All-Campus Investment Forum opens up the books on the college’s endowment.
Environmental-science major Tabea Zimmermann ’15, Dickinson’s first EPA-GRO fellow, discusses what she learned across campus, the country and the globe.
Speakers and events celebrate Earth Day by shining a light on faith and sustainability.
Just in time for Earth Day, Dickinson is named one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the nation.
Theatrical-performance activist Peterson Toscano will headline two events that explore global warming, spirituality and other social issues.
P.O. Box 1773, Carlisle, PA 17013 | (800) 644-1773