New music faculty member James Martin shares how he first got interested in music, what excites him about teaching at Dickinson and what's on his horizon for the academic year.
Whether she's on or off campus, Rowan Humphries '19 is constantly exploring contemporary issues. As an intern at the National Institute for Civil Discourse, she's able to turn passion into action.
The best internship experiences occur when interns can really gain a real-world perspective. That's the case for Coulter Chute '18, intern for the Massachusetts State Police, Special Operations Unit.
Cuban film director Damián Sainz explores contemporary documentary filmmakers in Cuba during a lecture at Dickinson.
During her internship with UNLEASHED, a nonprofit organization that focuses on job creation for talented female craft artisans, Nora Krantz '18 found her passion for service, change and growth.
Students launch the 2017 issue of the Dickinson Review, uncovering an artistic collective consciousness among the college community.
Dickinson uses music to make a difference in the local community.
An internship with the National Institutes of Health allowed Karen Siderovski '19 to see the inner-workings of a large organization and even benefit from the workshops they offer.
During her first internship experience, Maddie Vance '19 worked with SoundCloud's label relations team this summer and learned the importance of making connections, building networks and reflection.
Dickinson's Rose-Walters Prize-winner, Rare CEO Brett Jenks, meets with students and faculty members and uses the prestigious prize to launch a bold new initiative for global conservation.
Students learn to harness social media to work toward national and international change.
Dickinson and six partner institutions win prestigious sustainability research award for collaborative study of nitrogen emissions.
During her internship with the International Rescue Committee, Titi Ogunsola '19 discovered her love for international relations, public health policy and even a new affinity for the Arabic language.
For Dickinsonians, preparing to become engaged citizens working toward the common good begins right here in Carlisle.
Brett Jenks of Rare discusses why climate change may be “all in our heads” during a residency that launches a revolutionary new educational center based on behavioral science.
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