Former history major Glenn Whitman ’91 is an author, educator and women’s soccer coach who strives to understand how the brain works, learns and thrives.
There’s a reason they call it the “city that never sleeps,” and no one knows this better than Sukanya Krishnan ’93.
J. Bruce McKinney ’59 was a young insurance supervisor, seven years out of school, when he received a letter that would change his professional life.
The public perception of the military can be fickle, but as the Public Affairs Officer (PAO) for the 3rd Infantry Division, Lt. Col. Brian Fickel ’98 works to combat misperceptions.
Brigadier General Laura Anibal Potter ’89 is one of only a few women generals in the U.S. Army and the first female Dickinson ROTC grad to attain that rank.
Major Robert McDonough ’06 has visited more than 40 countries and spent most of the last 11 years of military service outside the United States.
Robb Webb ’05 has been teaching conceptual physics, STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) and astrophysics at Pequea Valley High School in Lancaster County, Pa.
Michelle Sánchez ’11 teaches English, history, special education, technology and English as a second language and coaches track and cross country and has been recognized for her commitment.
Jason Gong '06 arrived at Dickinson with big questions about how differences and commonalities between groups influence the ways we think and act. Now, he tackles the issue head-on in Silicon Valley.
Mojdeh Bahar ’94, assistant administrator for technology transfer at the Agricultural Research Service of the USDA, is on the front lines of agricultural innovation.
Everyone loves an underdog, and Richard “Fritz” Lance ’83 is focused on capitalizing on that as president of Underdog Wine Merchants, a branch of The Wine Group LLC.
Susan Miller ’81 and Michelle Stafford ’07 are founder and manager, respectively, of Red, a wine, beer and spirits store that specializes in organic, biodynamic and sustainably produced products.
Meet the newest CEO of L.L.Bean and discover how the liberal-arts path that started at Dickinson led him to "the best job in the world."
How do you honor a professor who set your course in life? Suzanne Kairo ’83 has the answer.
Inspired by her study abroad experience in Morocco and Cameroon, Siobhán O’Grady ’13 found her niche as a freelance journalist in sub-Saharan Africa.
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