Events for September 24, 2019
Career Rush Drop-Ins (Formerly Resume Rush)
Have a quick career question or document in need of review?
Drop in the Biddle House from 9 am-4 pm. We will provide the following services: resume critiques, cover letter critiques, LinkedIn networking advice, questions about internships, job searches, etc.
Register to vote in Carlisle!
Student Research Grant Opportunity – Information Session
Apply for a grant from the Jeffrey Niemitz Student Research Fund to conduct research on the sustainable use of natural resources in a disadvantaged and underserved community abroad or in the U.S.
Suicide Prevention: What You Can Do to Help
Come learn about the topic of suicide prevention and how you can help people around you who might be struggling with thoughts of suicide.
From Bologna to the U.S. Department of Commerce
Join Dickinson alum Eli Corso-Phinney '10 as he discusses his experience at Dickinson and his career after Dickinson. The talk is in English.
"Where Do I Go From Here?" presented by Jeffrey Forrester & Tracy McKay, Department of Mathematics & Computer Science. Free pizza & everyone is welcome to attend.
Revolutionary Challenge Office Hour
Get answers to your questions about the Revolutionary Challenge.
Biology Seminar Series: Cholesterol Biosynthetic Pathway Intermediates as Regulators of Inflammation
Please join Tiffany Frey, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Dickinson College, as she presents, "Cholesterol Biosynthetic Pathway Intermediates as Regulators of Inflammation." Pizza served.
Info Session: Linkage Agreement with University of East Anglia for graduate study
Linkage agreement between Dickinson and UEA will be discussed.
Campus Recreation Group Fitness Class
Kandinsky Lecture by Linda Dalrymple Henderson '69
This lecture is being presented by Dickinson alumna Linda Dalrymple Henderson '69.
SLG Fall Informational
Details will also be given on how to join.
Student Senate Meeting
Join your Student Senate every Tuesday evening to discuss campus issues and initiatives!
The Biology of Inequality
Zaneta Thayer, Dartmouth College, will explore the biological mechanisms through environments can become embodied and how social inequalities can create health inequalities.
Black Student Union ( BSU ) Meeting
The Black Student Union
ESL Info Session (CommServ)
Info session for those interested in voluteering with the ESL program as part of CommServ.
Stitch It Up Weekly Meeting
Come join Stitch It Up!
Asian and Asian-American Collective Meeting
Everyone is welcome!