Meet Olivia Termini '19, a soccer captain who's served two federal government internships, studied abroad, conducted community-based research and much more.
Looking back on his summer as an intern with the Virginia Department of Forensic Science, Richard Barron '19 feels well prepared for what's to come during his senior year at Dickinson and beyond.
Preeti Khanal '19 is headed into her senior year with big plans. As an intern with the World Health Organization, she is gaining first-hand experience in the mental health department.
Marcus Witherspoon ’20 wanted to study international business and play football at a school with state-of-the-art athletics facilities. At Dickinson, he found all of this and more.
Chad Mirkin '86, a leading figure in nanotechnology and recent recipient of the prestigious Dan David Prize in the Future Time Dimension, discusses his career and how Dickinson shaped it.
Rachel Brenowitz '19 is gaining valuable experience as a research intern with the Children's National Medical Center, where she shadows neuropsychologists and conducts independent research.
President Margee Ensign explains in The Hechinger Report why Dickinson College is ready to do the hard work needed to build a truly inclusive campus.
Jake Saltzberg ’20 wanted to study business, but he also wanted the benefits of a global education. Dickinson’s distinctive major in international business & management was a perfect fit.
"Dickinson is a place that’s special to me, and making a gift to the college lets me play some role in preserving its values and mission."
Earth sciences and mathematics double major Hayat Rasul '19 uses science to "uplift communities in need."
Declan Wasp '19 is taking pointers from what he's learning as a marketing specialist intern at Nasdaq ahead of graduation next year.
Dickinson President Margee Ensign shares information on new programs and initiatives at the college.
Groundbreaking research at Dickinson was highlighted in The New York Times, and faculty members were recently featured in numerous news outlets ranging from National Geographic to The Guardian.
Meet Alden Mohacsi ’19, a history major, tour guide and first-year mentor who also plays guitar, works at The Trout Gallery and sings in the college choir and with the Crescendevils.
Meet Lou Grossman ’73, a public-relations expert whose first-year seminar, combined with his experiences as a Bologna study-abroad student, transformed his worldview.
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