Meet Aboody Rumman ’20, an international studies major, piano player and believer in the power of introspection and persistence.
At the start of the semester, students in a social-justice themed course used social media to launch their own grassroots campaigns around issues they care about. Here’s how they did.
Austen Dowell '17 builds on a rich portfolio of intercultural immersion at Dickinson with Turkish language study in Azerbaijan through a prestigious U.S. Department of State-funded scholarship.
Students learn to harness social media to work toward national and international change.
Dickinsonians recently gathered with representatives from the U.S. Army War College to honor the International Fellows and celebrate the fruitful partnership between the colleges.
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.
Experts in military strategy, national security and Korean culture will share ideas regarding the current situation on the Korean Peninsula.
An Atlantic Council internship gives Laura Zwerling '18 a taste of the international affairs career she's planning after graduation.
Kevin Henwood '18 gains a better understanding of the complex U.S. legislative process through his summer internship with the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
As an intern at the U.S. Army War College, Yachen Jiao '18 is gaining a new perspective on policymaking while improving her research skills.
Ashley Morefield ’18 interns at STAND in Washington, D.C., combating genocide and mass atrocities.
Dickinson's Russian department gives students a deep dive into international relations and language study in the classroom and abroad.
Journalists often seek out Dickinson professors for expert commentary and analysis on a range of important issues.
Isiah Godoy ’20 discusses how cultural appreciation can help unite the planet, his unexpected proudest moment and how passion and resilience lead to success.
Hayley Murdough ’18, is already a graduate of the U.S. Army Airborne School, and she hopes to use her international studies and economics double major to leap into a career in international affairs.
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