Federal agency crowns Dickinson as largest green-power user in the Centennial Conference.
New York artist/environmentalist Mary Miss and artist/entrepreneur Thomas Wharton talk art activism, apps and sustainable spaces during overlapping visits to campus.
With stormwater management on their minds, students construct rain barrels with Carlisle residents.
Dickinson is helping to bring a national discussion on the Clean Power Plan to Pennsylvania legislators, regulators.
The annual Energy Challenge rolls out next week, shining a light on Dickinson's conservation efforts.
EcoLeague enables Dickinsonians to study sustainability issues around the country.
Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer Elizabeth Kolbert will receive the 2016 Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize at Dickinson College for Global Environmental Activism.
A new student-developed program enables Dickinsonians to quickly assess their commitment to sustainability.
Why do we eat what we do, and can we create more just, healthy, sustainable food systems? A new program tackles these questions and positions Dickinson as a leader in a burgeoning field.
Kline Center expansion celebrates its 18-month birthday with a flurry of accolades.
At Dickinson, you can find all sorts of innovation and collaboration in just about every nook and cranny. Here, we introduce you to three of them.
Three students present original research at the largest earth and space science meeting in the world, and one gets interviewed by NASA.
Greater Carlisle Project receives $50,000 civic-engagement grant to implement community storytelling project.
Business, social justice and sustainability issues converge in familiar settings for students in fall environmental-studies course.
Students spend a week above the Arctic Circle to experience remote fieldwork conditions and climate change’s impact.
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