The Trout Gallery has been chosen as the 2018 recipient of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages James W. Dodge Foreign Language Advocate Award.
Former Posse student and English major Yamilka Roque ’15 works to help students find their passion and their voice as an English teacher at the American Dream Charter High School in New York City.
Ellis Johnson ’18 is more than an exceptional student, athlete and Blue Mountain Battalion ROTC cadet. He’s also one of the top-10 Army cadets in the nation.
Valerie Busch ’20 chose Dickinson because of its “beautiful campus, genuine people and small class sizes.” Now, she’s probing the link between business and psychology in "the right place" for her.
Growing up on a safari ranch in Zimbabwe, Sophie Kirkman '19 became attuned to the effects of climate change. Now she's deepening her understanding of the issue at Dickinson.
Assistant Professor of American Studies Marisol LeBrón discusses how racism, debt and a colonial relationship with the U.S. affect Puerto Rico's recovery in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
Meet Aboody Rumman ’20, an international studies major, piano player and believer in the power of introspection and persistence.
Dickinson President Margee Ensign recently met over breakfast with alumni and parents working in finance to help strengthen the college's network in the finance, business and banking fields.
Kayleigh Rhatigan ’19 discusses her lifelong pursuit of literature through a provocative and interdisciplinary lens.
Rachel Krewson ’20 combines environmental science and physics to help develop an electronic-bike prototype and to teach others about how to measure and evaluate the health of waterways.
Dickinson earns a grant from Highmark Blue Shield to train first responders and the public on how to better care for those wounded during active-shooter and mass-casualty events.
Dickinson's innovative, multilingual writing program earns the highest award from the discipline's most prestigious body.
From providing marketing expertise to fighting homelessness, students put learning into action by helping local businesses and nonprofits.
While Sophie Kivlehan '21 adjusts to her first semester on campus, she's also gearing up to take the stand in a federal lawsuit aiming to change U.S. environmental policy.
Dickinson President Margee Ensign was a keynote speaker at a recent conference that brought together leaders to discuss how academic theory can be put to work for community development.
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