Graduating seniors will work at Walt Disney World Resort and the Asbell Center.
Nationally recognized artist Ajuan Mance will present images from her online sketchbook and discuss common media portrayals of black men during a lecture at Dickinson.
Dickinson hosts a conversation on queer identity and the workplace with legal and political historian Margot Canaday.
Usually, internships give students an idea for what job they want. In Madison Weirick '18's case, she's using her experience at the Scripps Research Institute to guide her toward graduate school.
During her internship with UNLEASHED, a nonprofit organization that focuses on job creation for talented female craft artisans, Nora Krantz '18 found her passion for service, change and growth.
Award-winning journalist Raquel Cepeda will discuss upward mobility and progress in the context of race relations and inequalities.
Julia Mercer '18 discusses how a "life-changing" class led her to declare a double major that's preparing her to work toward expanding human rights.
Research on Women and Gender by Students Symposium highlights and empowers student research in a wide range of fields.
A New York Times journalist discusses women’s participation in online conversations.
Acclaimed performance artist Eiko Otake will perform in several locations on Dickinson's campus.
Former vice-presidential candidate Winona LaDuke discusses climate change and the growing protest movement against fossil-fuel projects.
Tyree Grant ’18 and Ana Gamino ’18 earn competitive study-abroad scholarships through the Department of State's Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program.
Women’s, gender & sexuality studies major Carolyn Goode ’18 is focused on making a difference.
Meet Patti Kotrady '16, an American studies major, rock bassist and Lou Reed fan who applies 19th-century theories to the Philly punk scene. Her plans? To pass on the passion.
The Research on Women, Gender and Sexuality Student Symposium brings together students from a wide range of disciplines to explore issues ranging from school shootings to contraception in Cameroon.
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