Having researched reconstruction teams in Iraq and Afghanistan, interned with the USAID, and studied Italian history in Bologna, Mary Hinton ’19 is living her dream at Dickinson.
From conducting original research in Washington, D.C., to tapping Career Center resources to build connections with alumni, Candice Ionescu ’19 is making the most of her Dickinson experience.
Sophie Haas-Goldberg '19 is gaining experience as an intern with International Bridges to Justice in Geneva, an NGO that aims to protect the basic legal rights of citizens in developing nations.
As a legislative and public affairs intern at USAID, Mary Hinton '19 promotes the work that USAID and its partners do each day to help people in developing nations.
Amanda Custer '19 is spending her summer researching the influence of cyber intelligence on national security policy at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C.
Andrea Bisbjerg will be teaching English in Laos through a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award.
Meet student-athlete Alec Ward ’18, who researched the Syrian conflict through a U.S. Army War College PKOSI internship and coached football in Morocco.
Candice Ionescu '19 is the first Dickinsonian to receive the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Patrick Harchik will be teaching English and serving as a cultural ambassador in Bulgaria through a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award.
Ashley Lindsey Morefield '18 earns Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Scholarship to teach in the Ivory Coast.
Visiting International Scholar Jacob Udo-Udo Jacob will discuss countering violent religious extremism in Africa’s Sahel Region.
The panel discussion will center on advancing civil-military partnership in efforts to prevent violent extremism.
Graduating senior accepted into graduate program in Johns Hopkins' School of Advanced International Studies.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with the Peace Corps, U.S. Army, C.M. RubinWorld and the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea.
Harvard’s Stephen Walt explores the future of U.S. foreign policy during a talk at Dickinson.
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