The latest books published by Dickinson alumni.
Discover what our renowned faculty and dedicated staff have been up to, including publications, grants, awards and promotions.
Interim President Neil B. Weissman discusses the challenges and opportunities facing Dickinson and higher education.
In his latest column, Alumni Council President Michael Donnelly '02 reflects on pride.
Learn more about basketball star Mary Martin '17, and watch a video of her scoring her 1,000th point.
Just over two miles from campus sits a unique cultural and educational resource for Dickinson students, faculty and staff—the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC).
Externships are the newest way for students to explore career options.
Learn more about Dickinson's branch of Alpha Phi Omega, a coed national service fraternity.
With an endowed chair, Professor of English Wendy Moffat is the latest to benefit from the steadfast devotion of John ’60 and Ann Conser Curley ’63.
Angela Fernandez Barone '90 connects prospective students and parents with Dickinson alumni and parents of current students around the world.
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.
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