During her second internship as a Dickinsonian, Robin MacKellar '19 turns her distinct, useful liberal-arts education into real-world experience as a business sales intern at Sprint.
Angela Hertz ’99’s love for all things Italian led her to co-found La Scuola d’Italia Galileo Galilei, a Pre-K-12 bi-lingual private school in Pittsburgh.
Dickinson’s Bologna program expands, bringing two distinct offerings to the table.
From sustainability to world literature, students discover abundant research opportunities in Italy.
Nick Gabuzda ’18’s summer internship at an Italian-food company led to an exciting study-abroad moment in Bologna, Italy.
Studying abroad in Bologna, Madigan Kay ’18 melds interests in travel, foreign cultures, food systems and sociology as she researches the booming Italian agritourism industry.
The 2017 Medieval & Early Modern Studies Lecture takes a new look at two major Italian Renaissance works and finds an enlightening philosophical thread.
Environmental studies and Italian studies double major Abbey Fisler '17 is well on her way to a career in renewable fuels.
Abbey Fisler ’17 (environmental studies, Italian), who plans a career in renewable energy, tapped disparate skills and interests during a summer biochem research internship in Italy.
For Hannah Rich ’16, translation is just one aspect of a fertile Spanish major.
Students gained an in-depth understanding of the refugee crisis when they traveled to Italy to interview local officials, nonprofit leaders and migrants.
The Italian Club takes on the East Asian studies department in the ultimate culinary showdown.
Ashton Fiucci '15 loves to study language and culture, so being able to take Spanish and Italian at Dickinson, study abroad and intern at an Italian scholarly journal was a dream come true.
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