Ingrid Brandt will be teaching English in Luxembourg through a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award.
Geochemical analyses of ancient turquoise artifacts refute long-held claims that it was imported to Mesoamerica from the U.S.
Dickinson was featured on the front page of The Philadelphia Inquirer, and numerous faculty members were interviewed by Vanity Fair, NBC News, NPR, USA Today and other news outlets in recent weeks.
Psychology major Sarah DiMuccio '15 is headed to New York University to study in the social psychology Ph.D. program.
Dickinson partners with Columbia, Johns Hopkins, Thunderbird School of Global Management and others to launch careers in engineering, business, law and more.
Amara Anigbo '20 has earned the 2018 Jeff Ubben Posse Fellowship, which will allow her to work and conduct research at Microsoft this summer.
Alumni Weekend marks meaningful milestones, connects alumni from across the country and around the world, and celebrates the place they all call home.
Dickinson will collaborate with a number of institutions to understand threats to bees in the U.S. and how we can help provide solutions.
Matthew Lawson ’19 discusses studying abroad, his research and internship in Washington, D.C., blogging for the Washington Center and more.
In the midst of President Trump's talks with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, Visiting Professor of International Security Studies Jeff McCausland discusses that situation and others around the globe.
Andrea Bisbjerg will be teaching English in Laos through a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award.
Dickinson’s useful liberal-arts education led former history major Joseph Kelley ’06 toward a career in politics.
Alex Froom '08 leads a nonprofit serving a Navajo Nation community, and he’s facilitated a scholarship and a service-trip program opening new worlds to Dickinson students.
Think creative writing is hard? Try writing in a non-native language! Mina Nguyen ’19 loves the challenge, and she's learning, tutoring and translating in several languages too.
William Irving ’19 double-majors in earth sciences and Russian, and he has seized the chance to research both subjects in far-off places.
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