Will Kochtitzky ’16 discusses how global student-faculty research at Dickinson set him on the course to earn a National Science Foundation graduate fellowship.
Grace Stromberg '19 pushes the boundaries of her comfort zone and gains valuable professional experience through her internship at the National Aquarium.
Blending her admissions internship experiences with her art & art history major, Diamond McClintock ’14 launched a career as a talent acquisition specialist at Warner Music Group.
As a financial analyst intern at Wells Fargo, Wes Heffernan '18 is banking on his past internship experience and valuable Dickinson education to build a lasting career in finance.
Dickinson’s latest Alumni Global Adventure offers 19 Dickinsonians a view of Iceland’s natural wonders through the eyes of Professor of Earth Sciences Ben Edwards.
Erica Wells '19 is stoking her passion for sports and education as a programming intern at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
Dickinson is one of only 24 colleges nationwide to make the Princeton Review’s Green Honor Roll.
Brontè Burleigh-Jones, Dickinson's vice president for finance & administration, is honored with a national award recognizing her volunteer service.
English major Molly Gorelick '19 learns how to post, comment and like strategically as a social media intern at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.
As Dickinson celebrates the most diverse class in its history, a new task force investigates how to take inclusivity initiatives to the next level, creating an environment where everyone can thrive.
Although campus is noticeably absent of students from June to August, there is still a lot of activity as summer programs flock to Dickinson.
Dickinson's Russian department gives students a deep dive into international relations and language study in the classroom and abroad.
Lisi Mueller '18 spent her summer as an education intern at the Earth Day Network. Find out what she learned during her time there.
Dickinsonians are conducting complex neurological research that undergraduates rarely get to do and that could have implications far beyond the lab.
Alan Fleishman ’61 got more than he could ask for from Dickinson. Not only did it set him up for a successful career, but it also gave him the tools to reinvent himself as a novelist.
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