Meet Alden Mohacsi ’19, a history major, tour guide and first-year mentor who also plays guitar, works at The Trout Gallery and sings in the college choir and with the Crescendevils.
Dickinson’s useful liberal-arts education led former history major Joseph Kelley ’06 toward a career in politics.
Graduating seniors launch careers in business and marketing.
Musician and refugee Emmanuel Nsingani will perform at Dickinson and discuss his music and journey to the US.
Unexpected challenges and a liberal-arts edge drove Melissa Lareau ’03 to create a career-rehabilitating soil to make communities more healthy and food secure.
Alumni who turned their history majors into successful careers return to Dickinson to offer professional advice to students.
Bud Sturmak ’95 ties sustainability to the bottom line with BlueSky Investment Management.
From studying the opioid epidemic through a D.C. internship to crafting teaching resources through a student-faculty research project, Aleksandra Syniec '18 is learning how to make a difference.
Their dreams foretold victory. What could possibly go wrong? Professor of History David Commins gives context for Saudi Arabia's political climate at a contentious time in the country's history.
Associate Professor of History Christopher Bilodeau explores the complexities of Founding Father, and founder of Dickinson, Benjamin Rush.
Sarah Goldberg '18 is no stranger to interning. During her time as curatorial intern at the National Museum of American History, she was able to explore the field and affirm her post-Dickinson plans.
What's it like to intern with a massive media brand? Just ask Christina Braxton '18, who spent a summer with Marie Claire and took with her a new outlook on sales and marketing.
Jonathan Long ’19 brings the 1794 Whiskey Rebellion to life and talks about theatre as a tool for education and change.
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.
Marketing superstar/activist Anastasia Pfarr Khoo ’97 keeps the faith.
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