Dickinson celebrates the Sandia Foundation, honoring the alumni who founded it and provided scholarships to hundreds of students.
Dickinson will host an exhibition and film screening featuring the work of internationally acclaimed South African artist William Kentridge.
Students connect with professionals in New York and Washington, D.C., to experience career paths firsthand.
Dickinson will host “History Comes Out,” an exhibition of artifacts and archival documents from the LGBT Center of Central PA History Project.
How much has changed during the last 50, 100 years? We scoured headlines, yearbooks, magazines, Pew Research studies and our archives to mine a few touchstones for the classes of 1917, 1967 and 2017.
The Dickinson College Commentaries, which brings new life to ancient languages, expands to include translations from Latin and ancient Greek to modern standard Arabic.
The Rev. Franklyn Schaefer, who was defrocked for officiating his son’s same-sex marriage, will present Dickinson’s annual Wesley Lecture.
Austen Dowell '17 builds on a rich portfolio of intercultural immersion at Dickinson with Turkish language study in Azerbaijan through a prestigious U.S. Department of State-funded scholarship.
President Margee Ensign kicks off the Useful Education for the Common Good Tour.
Kathryn Flynn '18 prepares for her future through a summer research internship with the U.S. Army War College's Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute.
Max Yoshida '19 is a neuroscience and biochemistry double major, and he's using his internship experience from Johns Hopkins Medicine, Drug Discovery to pave the way to medical school.
As a public policy and communications intern with the United Way of Pennsylvania, Melissa Anese '18 is learning a lot about her passion for philanthropic work, advocacy and public policy.
Sarah Goldberg '18 is no stranger to interning. During her time as curatorial intern at the National Museum of American History, she was able to explore the field and affirm her post-Dickinson plans.
Will Held '19 is taking learnings from his computer science and mathematics courses into the real world as a summer intern with the New Jersey State Police.
Erica Frankenberg, a leading researcher on inequality in education, will give a lecture at Dickinson on the increase in racial and economic segregation in public schools.
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