From providing marketing expertise to fighting homelessness, students put learning into action by helping local businesses and nonprofits.
At the start of the semester, students in a social-justice themed course used social media to launch their own grassroots campaigns around issues they care about. Here’s how they did.
Dickinson's first social innovation & entrepreneurship grads look back on the program's inaugural years and present capstone research aimed at helping local nonprofits thrive.
At age 10, he had his first flying lesson. Today, high-flying economics major Ellis Tucci ’20 heads a startup he describes as “Uber for planes.”
Anastasiya "Nastia" Khlopina ’18 discusses the joy of finding her place at Dickinson, her internship at Russia’s largest bank, her favorite class and the power of making happiness a conscious choice.
Get inspired with Joojo Ocran ’17 as he helps spread the word about universal technology and internet access through a summer internship with the national nonprofit EveryoneOn.
As an intern at Sberbank, Russia's largest and oldest bank, Anastasiya (Nastia) Khlopina '18 attended a forum on entrepreneurship with the top executives at global corporations.
Physics major and social innovation and entrepreneurship certificate student Emily Whitaker '17 believes in the power of positivity.
Zach Leverenz '01 examined how social entrepreneurs can design strategies for success in the kickoff event for Dickinson's new certificate in social innovation and entrepreneurship (SINE).
Students in business, political science, history, security studies and more traveled to New York and Washington, D.C., to get targeted advice from alumni in their fields.
For dance and anthropology double major Anastasia Putri '16, Dickinson is an "idea lab."
Cogan Fellow Maggie Andrews '03 discusses her adventurous path from English major to fulfilling career.
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