Dickinson's distinctive, immersive interdisciplinary research courses, known as Global Mosaics, tackle contemporary concerns and issues, in local communities and across the world.
Dickinsonians shine a light on a dark but important chapter in American history with the Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center and the Teachers’ Institute on the Carlisle Indian School.
Dickinson becomes the first liberal-arts college to join the Engagement Scholarship Consortium.
Prestigious residency explores photography as a tool for social change.
Susan Rose ’77, Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology and Director of the Community Studies Center, discusses her interest in the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in this Focus on Faculty profile.
A new book, co-edited by a professor and with contributions by fellow Dickinsonians, highlights a once-forgotten historic structure in Carlisle and its deep significance in Native American history.
Interdisciplinary summer Mosaic course examines the human response to disaster, from Pennsylvania to New Jersey to Japan.
Students partner with local nonprofits to see how social justice plays out in the lives and imaginations of African Americans in Carlisle.
Students gained an in-depth understanding of the refugee crisis when they traveled to Italy to interview local officials, nonprofit leaders and migrants.
Students take research out of the library and into the world, conducting global research into international relations and public health while studying abroad.
Students travel to Cuba to learn about the country’s sweeping social changes directly from Cuban artists, filmmakers and writers.
Why do we eat what we do, and can we create more just, healthy, sustainable food systems? A new program tackles these questions and positions Dickinson as a leader in a burgeoning field.
Maggie Murphy ’06 finds adventure, cultural exchange and opportunity to make a difference through global public-health career.
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