Native American chef and educator Sean Sherman will serve an indigenous-inspired meal on campus and present a special lecture on indigenous food systems.
Washington native Makensie Jones '18 gains newfound confidence and improved public-speaking skills through her internship with the National Forest Service.
Cailin Smith ’18 always enjoyed singing, but she wasn’t sure she had what it took to break into opera until a professor who believed in her gave her the courage to pursue her dreams.
Former vice-presidential candidate Winona LaDuke discusses climate change and the growing protest movement against fossil-fuel projects.
Driven by her abiding passion for the public health field, Annie Nagy '99 has spent years helping underserved populations.
Study-abroad students majoring in anthropology, international studies and Russian bring original research back to campus.
The founder of Project SHARE, Livas received an honorary doctor of public service degree in May. Find out what drives one of the college’s most influential Dickinsonians.
Getting published in a national publication is exciting. Getting published as a first-year? Even more so! Meet Nicky Chapman '19, whose article on prison culture arose from an anthropology paper.
Moments after receiving her own Dickinson degree, Anna Wagman '16 helped award a diploma to her father, Joe Wagman '16.
For dance and anthropology double major Anastasia Putri '16, Dickinson is an "idea lab."
Renowned author and sociologist Patricia Hill Collins will discuss intersectionality, black youth and political activism when she presents the Morgan Lecture Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m. in ATS.
Inspired by a well-known Haitian author, two new grads travel to Haiti to help teach French to displaced, Creole-speaking children.
The 30th-annual Science Student Research Symposium corrals 60 research projects—representing the work of more than 100 students, in 11 science disciplines—for a giant poster session.
Islamic-studies scholar Akbar Ahmed will discuss relations between the West and the World of Islam after 9/11.
Alexandra Kaye ’13 discusses how her work with the Peace Corps “is having a measurable impact.”
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