Events for March 7, 2019
French Language Table
Join us for conversation in a casual atmosphere to practice your French and to learn about other cultures with faculty and native speakers.
Coffee & Collaboration
Stop by to chat with Andrew Connell or Isaac Lopp from User Services. Enjoy an informal setting for questions or discussion about any technology-related issues or potential project involvement.
Preparing for a Role in Supervision
This interactive series is for employees looking to prepare for a future in management. The series covers fundamental skills that all individuals need to know before making that leap into management.
Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) Intercultural Workshop III: Navigating Identity and Relationships Across Cultures
Part of the mandatory 3-part pre-departure intercultural workshop series.
Pound Fitness Class
Trout Ambassador Meetings
Requires a one-semester commitment.
Developing a LinkedIn Profile
Come for assistance with starting your LinkedIn Profile.
Join us for lunch and a good conversation about contraceptive access, developing healthy sexual relationships and more!
Amnesty International Women's Day Table
Amnesty International- Dickinson College Chapter
Using LinkedIn and Alumni Fire
Come in for assistance using LinkedIn and Alumni Fire.
Panhellenic Council Meeting
Weekly Panhellenic Meeting
Join German Club for our annual German Dinner event!
Cooking Class: Pasta with Professor Dragani
Learn to make homemade tagliatelle pasta and tomato sauce.
Graduate School Panel
Join us to discuss graduate school experiences, application do's and don'ts and how you can prepare now!
A group fitness class for those interested in getting some exercise!
The Jane L. and Robert H. Weiner Lecture in the Arts | Museums, Society and the Public Interest: Daniel H. Weiss
Daniel H. Weiss, President and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, will present a lecture titled "Museums, Society and the Public Interest."
Prayer and Meditation Across Traditions
Discussion on the way that different religious groups and cultures practice prayer and meditation.
Join Cotten Seiler, associate professor of American Studies, for a lecture and discussion on the myth of the American "open road."
Brazilian Card Games Night
Come and play card games that are popular in Brazil! Have fun with us learning some Brazilian culture.
Chess Club Meeting
People gather and play chess together.