The new residence hall will provide more than 38,000 square feet of additional living space for Dickinson's student body, which has grown significantly during the last decade.
Fadi Saleh '08 works to master his third language and prepares to call a third continent home, he indulges his passion for international scholarship.
Dickinson College’s new Rector Science Complex, Stuart and James halls, have achieved LEED Gold from the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program.
Dr. Inge P. Stafford Greenhouse for Teaching and Research is expected to have a transformative effect on sustainability education, interdisciplinary learning and the college’s science curriculum.
As I open myself to India, life strikes me like a tsunami
Last year's Life Beyond the Limestone
The Kline Fitness Center expansion will provide additional space and resources for Dickinson's varsity athletes and all students.
Nasim Fekrat '13 leads a new generation of journalists in Afghanistan.
2013 Cogan Fellow Martha Mihalick '01 describes her path to success
Two years ago, Evan Sparling ’08 had two intriguing job offers: to be a freelance journalist in Kyrgyzstan or to work for an international organization that would allow him to divide his time between the United States and Russia.
Chad Mirkin '86 named 2013 Linus Pauling Medal Award winner.
Dickinson encourages science students to study abroad.
John D. Altenburg Jr. Named The Omar N. Bradley Joint Chair in Strategic Leadership
The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life has awarded Dickinson its 2011 Philip H. and Suzi Cohen Campus of Excellence Award.
David Pimentel, for his contributions in ecology and agricultural sciences.
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