An internship with the National Institutes of Health allowed Karen Siderovski '19 to see the inner-workings of a large organization and even benefit from the workshops they offer.
During her internship with the International Rescue Committee, Titi Ogunsola '19 discovered her love for international relations, public health policy and even a new affinity for the Arabic language.
Priscilla Addison ’09 combines her love of art with her entrepreneurial spirit as co-founder of ’57 Chocolate, a manufacturer of fine chocolates, while also working at the USAID in Ghana, West Africa.
International directors, writers, performing artists and scholars bring the world to campus and into the classroom.
A leading scholar of the Holocaust, Paul Bartrop, will present Dickinson’s 2017 Pincus Lecture.
International studies and French double major Ashley Morefield '18 wants to make a difference and 'build from the bottom up,' and she's already gotten started at Dickinson.
Get inspired with Joojo Ocran ’17 as he helps spread the word about universal technology and internet access through a summer internship with the national nonprofit EveryoneOn.
Allen Belo '18 talks global music, crisis management, finding a home on campus and why it’s important to keep up with current events.
Jennifer Haigh '90, a French major at Dickinson, has made a big name for herself in the literary world.
Inspired by a well-known Haitian author, two new grads travel to Haiti to help teach French to displaced, Creole-speaking children.
Students share the lowdown on their summer internships in marketing, public relations and media at home and overseas.
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.
The 2015 Pincus Lecture will explore German reactions to occupying Paris.
Dickinson faculty members to discuss the causes and consequences behind the attacks in Paris.
Dickinson faculty members appear on national news to discuss dimensions of Paris massacre.
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