Dickinson-Johns Hopkins 5-year BA/MA Program in International Affairs: Information Session

Come learn about the 3+2 agreement Dickinson has with the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. The linkage is open to political science, international studies, INBM, economics, and quantitative economics majors with at least a 3.7 GPA at the time of application (junior year).

Location: Denny 104
Date: September 24, 2019
Time: 4:30-5:30 PM

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Red Devil Sports Network

Do you have a passion for sports? Do you have an interest in live production, social media, photography, video editing, and much more? Turn that passion into a career and join the Red Devil Sports Network. RDSN is an organization on the campus of Dickinson College that offers current students a unique opportunity to get in on the behind scenes action of sports production. Form live broadcasting too filming, editing, photography and so much more, RDSN has an opportunity for you. RDSN welcomes students of all levels of experience from seasoned veteran to rookie.

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Campus Job Opportunities

Campus Job Openings

Job Openings
This week the following positions were posted and are currently available:
• Admissions counselor/Assistant Director - Admissions
• Housekeeper – Facilities
• Director LGBTQ Services – Office of Inst Effective & Inclusivity
• Instructional Design Specialist – Academic Technology
• Kline Center Attendant - Athletics
For additional information or to apply please stop by the HR Services Office or log on to the job line at

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Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development

Ernest & Young Apply Deadline: 9/26

The application deadline to be considered for an off-campus interview with Ernest & Young is September 26th

EY’s Advisory Consultant Program (ACP) is a great way to start your professional journey if you are interested in a career as a consultant. As part of the ACP, the Technology Advisor Program (TAP) is a 2-3 year development program offering participants the opportunity to serve diverse clients, while engaging in learning, experiences, and coaching to develop core business consulting skills. Once you have developed a strong foundation, we will work with you to determine a more specific area of concentration for the next phase of your career journey.

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Seaside Sustainability, Inc. On-Campus Virtual Interview - Application Deadline: 10/2

Seaside Sustainability, Inc. will be conducting SKYPE interviews through the Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development on October 16th. If you would like to be considered for one of the interview time slots, you MUST apply through the Handshake system by October 2nd.

Questions? Please contact Tammy Heberlig, Recruitment Coordinator at

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Career Immersion Treks: Consulting, Politics, Government or Nonprofit/Social Justice

Apply by October 6th to participate in an industry specific career trek. This program provides students with an opportunity to visit 1-2 organizations to learn more about that particular industry, career paths in that industry, and how current employees got their start in the field. Some organizations will also talk about internship and entry-level positions. Most visits are hosted by Dickinson alumni.

Trek options include:
Consulting: visits to McKinsey and Ernst & Young
Politics: visits to Capitol Hill and National Cable and Telecommunications Association
Government: visits to the Pentagon and Booz Allen Hamilton
Nonprofit/social justice: visit to Human Rights Campaign

Please visit Handshake at for details on how to apply.

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College Farm and Sustainability

Carbon Neutrality Kickoff

Monday, September 23, 5:00 – 6:30 pm
HUB Social Hall

Students, staff, faculty – come join us to kickoff a yearlong campaign to reduce Dickinson’s emissions of climate changing greenhouse gases. We are on the brink of reaching our goal to reduce net emissions to zero, which will make Dickinson one of the first carbon neutral colleges in the nation. We’ll make our goal, but we need your help.

Come learn about Dickinson’s emissions of greenhouse gases, what we have done to reduce emissions over the past 10 years, what more we need to do, and how you can help. There will be brief presentations and interactive discussions to share ideas about behavioral changes that can have large impacts, as well as what works and doesn’t work for motivating behavior change.

The first 20 people to arrive will get a free 2020 Carbon Neutrality silipint mug. Feel free to bring your dinner to the kickoff.

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Sustainability Education Fund Applications From Faculty Due October 4, 2019

All Dickinson faculty are invited to apply for grants from the Sustainability Education Fund (SEF) for sustainability projects. The next deadline is Friday, October 4, 2019 for Winter/Spring projects. Funding is available for curriculum development, professional development and student-faculty research projects that advance sustainability related learning, scholarship and creativity. Information about the types of projects that we fund, eligible expenses, and application instructions and forms can be found online by visiting the website.

You are welcome to contact Lindsey Lyons ( or Neil Leary ( to discuss project ideas or the application process. We certainly welcome new and visiting faculty to consider this support. Reach out if you are unsure how your course, discipline or department may work with us on these projects.

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General Announcements

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah - Free book for discussion participants!

Students, faculty, and staff are invited to participate in a discussion of the Spring 2020 Common Reading selection, Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah. This event will take place on Monday, January 20, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. at the Waidner-Spahr Library.

A copy of Born a Crime will be provided, while supplies last, to those who register for this event. The books will be delivered prior to the end of the fall semester, so that participants can read the book over the winter break.

To learn more and register, visit:

Born a Crime is a funny, honest, and deeply affecting collection that details comedian Trevor Noah’s coming of age in South Africa as apartheid ended. The son of a black mother and a white father, Noah regularly had to acclimate to a variety of fraught situations, forcing him to think critically about race and the country’s legacy of racism and colonialism. Noah’s text is a thoughtful account of what it means to forge one’s complex identity in a country that is grappling with its own attempts to come to terms with its legacy of injustice.

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Kandinsky Lecture by Linda Dalrymple Henderson '69

Tuesday, September 24, 5:30 p.m., Weiss Center for the Arts, Room 235

This talk, Wassily Kandinsky's Pioneering Abstraction in its Early 20th-Century Scientific/Occult Context, focuses on Kandinsky's great 1913 painting Composition VI and his pursuit of "the spiritual in art" in the context of new paradigms of matter and space suggested by scientific discoveries of his day. A Dickinson alumna, Dalrymple is a faculty member at The University of Texas at Austin.

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Revolutionary Challenge Office Hour

If you have questions about the Revolutionary Challenge or are looking for help shaping your proposal ahead of the Oct. 5 deadline, join us for this “office hour” Tuesday, Sept. 24, noon to 1 p.m., in HUB 204, with President’s Panel on Innovation faculty members Jen Schaefer, associate professor of mathematics, and Jodie Vann, assistant professor of religion. Prof. Schaefer and Prof. Vann will be available to answer any questions on the challenge. Please feel free to drop in between noon and 1 p.m.

Not submitting a proposal but fully committed a vibrant future for Dickinson? Want to see what your fellow Dickinsonians come up with? Watch your email inbox on Oct. 7 for your invitation to review and comment on the Revolutionary Challenge proposals. This is your chance to help identify the strongest ideas and advance them to the finalist stage.

Tuesday, Sept. 24
HUB 204
noon - 1 p.m.

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Share your Dickinson story with a takeover!

Involved in a cool club or organizations on campus? Going out into the community to volunteer? Just want to share your story? Sign up for a Snapchat or Instagram Story takeover! We hand over the account to you for the day, so you can show our audiences on Snapchat and/or Instagram what a day in the life is like for you, a Dickinsonian! Check out our previous takeovers.

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2019 Campus Inclusion Week afternoon & evening community events (9/23-27)

In addition to the day events happening during Campus Inclusion Week at Britton Plaza , and various "Spotlight" locations, please consider attending the following inclusion themed programs (various sponsors) happening throughout campus during Campus Inclusion Week:

Deaf Culture presentation facilitated by Stephanie Kiessling, 12-1 p.m. (Stern Center, 102)

Bisexuality Awareness Day on Britton Plaza 5 -7 p.m. (rain location: table in HUB)


Zaneta?Thayer (Dartmouth College), “Biology of Inequality” lecture, Clarke Forum, 7:00-8:30 p.m.? (ATS)


R.A.I.S.E Training for FAS (LGBTQ services), 2:00-4:00 p.m. (Social Hall West)

Multiracial Mixer (PSC), 6-7 p.m. (Landis House)


MANdatory September lunch discussion (12-1 pm; Lunch provided; Stern 102)

Kathy Abrams (UC Berkeley Law School) “Storytelling, Emotion Culture, and Performative Citizenship: Authorizing Activism by Undocumented Immigrants” lecture (Clarke Forum, WGRC), 7:00-8:30 p.m.? (ATS)

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2019 Campus Inclusion Week Schedule (9/23-27)

Campus Inclusion Week aims to inspire the entire Dickinson community to commit to making Dickinson more inclusive through seeking educational material, supporting campus programs, participating in training opportunities, and learning more about campus inclusion resources.

Drop by the general Campus Inclusion table on Britton Plaza (12-3:00 pm Monday-Friday) to learn about our Inclusion pledge, pick up information on campus inclusion resources, participate in interactive activities and receive free giveaways!
(Rain Locations: HUB first floor, M-W; HUB lower level, Th & F)

Each day on Britton Plaza also features a themed table:
Monday, 9/23: The 5Ws of Inclusion: Who, what, when, where, and how (hosted by PSC & CGSE)

Tuesday, 9/24: What’s the + in LGBTQ+? (hosted by LGBTQ services & WGRC)

Spotlight Table @ the Kline Center: “Inclusion in Athletics”

Wednesday, 9/25: Spiritual, Religious and Ethical Life (hosted by CSSJ & the Asbell Center for Jewish Life)

Spotlight Table @ Waidner-Spahr Library: The Story of our Identities: A Dickinson Community Art Project

Thursday, 9/26: Where We’ve Come From, and Where We’re Going (hosted by President’s Commission on Inclusivity)

Spotlight Table @ Trout Gallery: “Representation Matters: Blackness in Art”

Friday, 9/27: Celebrating Community (hosted Human Resource Services & Alumni Relations)

New for 2019 are “Spotlight” tables located at the Kline Center (9/24), Waidner-Spahr Library (9/25), and the Trout Gallery (9/26) featuring unique engagement opportunities!

(Co-sponsored by Alumni Relations, Asbell Center for Jewish Life, Bias Education Response Team [BERT], Center for Global Study & Engagement [CGSE], Center for Spirituality & Social Justice [CSSJ], HR, Institutional Effectiveness & Inclusivity, LGBTQ Services, President’s Commission on Inclusivity, Popel Shaw Center [PSC], Student-Athlete Advisory Committee [SAAC], Trout Gallery, Waidner-Spahr Library, & Women’s & Gender Resource Center [WGRC] )

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September Grant$ & Opportunitie$ Newsletter

The current edition of the Grant$ & Opportunitie$ newsletter is available at the web link below. The G&O features upcoming and new grant opportunities, faculty workshop and conference dates, important information pertaining to the administration of grants, and additional information. If you are an administrator and would like to receive the G&O newsletter via email, please send a message to the address listed below with “Subscribe” in the subject line and your name will be added to the email subscription list. Faculty receive this newsletter through the Provost’s office.

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Professional Development and Wellness

October Book Discussion - George by Alex Gino

Facilitated by Jessica Howard, Library Services
Tuesday, October 29
Stern Center, Room 102 | noon-1:15 p.m.

When people look at George, they think they see a boy. But she knows she's not a boy. She knows she's a girl.

George thinks she'll have to keep this a secret forever. Then her teacher announces that their class play is going to be Charlotte's Web. George really, really, REALLY wants to play Charlotte. But the teacher says she can't even try out for the part . . . because she's a boy.

With the help of her best friend, Kelly, George comes up with a plan. Not just so she can be Charlotte -- but so everyone can know who she is, once and for all.

Employees who register prior to Thursday, September 20 will receive a copy of this book. Register for this book discussion in Totara via the Gateway by enrolling in the Book Discussion course and signing-up for George.

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Aetna Individual Consultations

Friday, September 20
HUB Side Room 203 | 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. walk-in or by appointment

Do you have medical questions regarding your Aetna insurance plan? How does this insurance plan work? What is deductible and coinsurance? Our Aetna representative will be available on campus to help answer your claims questions or inquiries regarding your medical and mental health services. Please bring any documents pertaining to your questions such as explanation of benefits, bills etc. Aetna’s enrolled members can log into Aetna Navigator at to access Aetna’s broad network and resource tools.

To schedule an appointment with Aetna, please register through Totara through the Aetna Medical Consumerism course or click on "for more information" below.

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Deaf Culture & American Sign Language

Presented by Stephanie Kiessling, CAIU
Monday, September 23
Stern Center, Room 102 | noon-1 p.m.

Hearing loss challenges people from around the world. Perhaps you know someone who's hearing impaired, has a hearing loss, or someone who's D/deaf? Maybe you see people using their hands to communicate with others? Deaf Culture identifies and perceives things in ways you never thought of before, something that's unique. With Deaf Culture, there's a cultural and perception difference within the way they speak, the way they visualize and experience things. Without relying on sounds, members of the Deaf community rely heavily on sight for gaining information. Sign-up to attend this session (Totara course key words: inclusivity and acceptance) to learn more about the deaf culture and how to best communicate for a more inclusive community overall.

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Suicide Prevention: What You Can Do to Help

Presented by Don Dominici, Executive Director of the Wellness Center
Tuesday, September 24
Stern Center, Room 102 | noon-1 p.m.

Come learn about the topic of suicide prevention and how you can help people around you who might be struggling with thoughts of suicide. This program will cover facts and misconceptions about suicide and how to help someone you are concerned about. We will review how to notice warning signs that someone might be having thoughts of suicide, how to ask questions about suicide, and how to refer someone to seek professional help. You will also learn about on and off-campus mental health resources that are available to members of the Dickinson community. Sign-up to attend this Emotional Wellbeing course in Totara using key words: suicide prevention.

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Preparing For a Role In Supervision

This interactive series is for employees looking to prepare for a future in management.

The series will cover fundamental skills that all individuals need to know before making that leap into management. The program will be comprised of four (4) modules, each a hands-on, instructional workshop focused on relevant topics in the supervising of employees. Topics that will be offered within the program will include:

Oct. 3 - Employment Regulatory Basics
Oct. 17 - Intrinsic Drivers
Oct. 31 - Supervisory Techniques
Nov. 14 - Coaching for Performance

All sessions will be held from 9-11 a.m. in HUB side rooms 204-205. Enroll and register in Totara through the Gateway. Search for key word: Supervisor.

Please note: you must register for each session individually. Manager approval required.

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Documenting Performance

Stern Center 102 | 9-11 a.m.
Wednesday, September 25

Expectations and concerns can be challenging even for the most seasoned supervisor. This workshop will explore the key elements to writing and executing concrete performance expectations, performance improvement plans, and corrective action notifications. Learn how to take a total performance approach while still addressing specific concerns. Enroll and sign-up in Totara by searching for key word "documenting", or click on the more information link below.

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Wellness@Dickinson Group Fitness Classes

Wellness@Dickinson FREE Group Fitness Classes have begun:

Sports Yoga | Tuesdays | 4:30-5:30 p.m. | HUB Dance Studio
Pilates | Mondays & Wednesdays | 4:30-5:30 p.m. | CPYB Studios
Cardio, Tone & Stretch | Fridays | 12:15-1 p.m. | HUB Dance Studio

Returning with a fee for fall 2019 beginning the week of September 16:

Sit Fit | Mondays | 12:15-12:45 p.m. | Memorial Hall, Old West
Dynamic Fusion | Wednesdays | 12:15-1 p.m. | HUB Dance Studio
Pound Fitness | Thursdays | 12:15-1 p.m. | HUB Dance Studio

Join any of these group fitness classes in Totara by searching for the course name, enrolling and signing up for the session(s) of your choice. Contact Human Resource Services at ext. 1503 with any questions, or send an email to

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College Prep for Parents

Part I: Tuesday, October 8 – High School Counseling and Admissions
Part II: Tuesday, October 15 – Financial Aid and Tuition Benefits
McCauley Room, Old West| Noon to 1:15 p.m.

Human Resource Services, Admissions and Financial Aid, in conjunction with local area high schools offer workshops for employees and their families to learn more about the college selection and financial aid process. The program will provide guidelines for starting the college search while attending high school, when to apply for college admission and early tuition grants, what is available through Financial Aid, and a summary of Dickinson’s three tuition programs. We encourage all parents to attend if your child is a junior or senior in high school and planning to attend college. Enroll and sign-up in Totara now to learn more about the college admissions process along with your tuition benefits! Use keywords: "college prep" or click on the more information link below.

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Student Jobs/Careers/Internships

Geometry Tutor Needed

A geometry tutor is needed for a high school junior at my home, a 6-minute drive from campus. Tutor must be patient, enjoy math and be confident in their ability to explain high school geometry. $25/hour. Having experience with tutoring, your own transportation and the ability to speak French are all plusses but are not required. Please email for more information or to apply.

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Babysitter Needed

Hampden Twp. family looking for an occasional after school babysitter for elementary student. Would be responsible for providing general oversight and occasional guidance with school work. $10/hour. References required. Must be able to provide own transportation. Please contact Beth @ 717-991-7536 if interested.

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Volunteer Events and Fundraising

Children's Center Fundraiser!

Want to help support the Dickinson College Children's Center, while saving money on area restaurants and businesses? DCCC is selling discount cards! You can put it on your keychain or carry it with you so you never forget to use it! Businesses include: Jiffy Lube, Midway bowling, 1800 flowers, plus more! Some restaurants: The Meadows Ice Cream, Firehouse Subs, and Papa Johns, just to name a few! Call the center to order yours before they are gone! 245-1088

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Downtown Carlisle Association Needs Volunteers for Harvest of the Arts

The Downtown Carlisle Association is in need of volunteers to support the 38th annual Harvest of the Arts which will host over 120 artists in historic downtown Carlisle. Volunteers are needed to help with early set-up, booth sitting to give artists a break and with clean-up. You can sign up at

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