"I would not have been able to get a Dickinson degree without the help of the donors before me. Giving back is my way of paying it forward and helping someone like me be able to achieve their dreams."
In the midst of his 12th year of teaching conceptual physics, STEM and astrophysics at Pequea Valley High School. Former Benjamin Rush Scholar and physics major also runs the historic Pequea Valley Planetarium. Looks back at his Alpha Phi Omega days fondly, especially as the fraternity’s service activities led to his meeting wife Danielle Vigilante Webb ’03. Returns to campus for Alumni Weekend, saying Dickinson let him “pursue my dream of becoming a physics teacher while at the same time shaping me into a leader.”
Published January 18, 2017