Former biochemistry & molecular biology major Jason Yi '01 has made a life of the sciences, and now his sights are set on studying autism.
When opportunity knocked for Godwin Pumps founder John Paz ’78, he answered the call and his Dickinson education helped him turn that opportunity into a multimillion-dollar company.
Dale Horn '95 graduated with a biology degree but found his niche in wealth management.
Martha Church ’74 is the director of the West Hartford Public Library, a career that puts her right where she wants to be.
Tom DiBiagio ’82 taps into his Dickinson network for the greater good.
New moms Amy Datsko Kuebler ’03 and Nicole Salemno Levy ’03 share Dickinson memories in between naps and childcare advice.
Christopher Wildeman ’02 has found his niche studying the impact of mass incarceration on childhood inequality.
Lauren Porter ’06’s Dickinson experience took her from wanting to "bust the bad guys" to wanting to understand them.
John Bienkowski ’85 discusses his global career with the FBI.
With one of her novels turned into a major motion picture, Jennifer Howard '94, teacher by day, might be living every English major's dream.
John Englander ’72 has made issues surrounding rising sea level his life's work, and he's getting a lot of attention for it.
Christina Baum ’14 is spending two years in the Peace Corps, and she’s out to make a difference.
Andy MacPhail ’76 named next president of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Ben Boyerinas ’03 charts a path from student-faculty research at Dickinson to the cutting edge of cancer immunotherapy.
For Rosalyn Robinson '68, Dickinson, and the scholarships that made it possible, meant that hers would not be "a dream deferred."
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