Deborah Lebman ’74

Deborah Lebman

“In order to be successful today, you need to keep reinventing yourself. The high-quality liberal-arts education you get at Dickinson equips you to do it. I can’t think of any better way to prepare a young person for a successful life.” — Deborah Lebman ’74

Earned a PhD at the University of Pennsylvania after Dickinson and became a professor of immunology and microbiology at the Virginia Commonwealth University. Performed groundbreaking immunology research. Now taking a three week course on religious thought at Padres Institute of Jewish Thought (Israel). Established a scholarship in her mother’s honor at Hebrew University (Israel) and a scholarship at Dickinson “so others will have the kinds of opportunities I had.”