Clarence Page Urges Dickinson College Class of 2022 to ‘Give to the World Your Best’
Dickinson celebrates the graduation of the class of 2022.
Young people from the United States and the Middle East and North Africa will expand worldviews through virtual exchanges implemented by new Stevens Initiative grantees.
Dickinson’s faculty recently honored Jennifer Blyth, professor of music, with the college’s highest teaching honor, the Distinguished Teaching Award.
Meet Daniel Yamoah ’23, a multiple-scholarship awardee who's preparing for a career as a physician through student-faculty research and opportunities made possible by the Dickinson alumni network.
"We are proud Dickinsonians, and we want to continue to see the college and its students have all the success in the world."
In honor of her late husband, Mike ’77, Deb Young Huber ’77 established a scholarship at the college that brought them together and paved their paths toward successful careers.
“Donating has become even more important to me as a means to honor classmates we’ve lost.”
“Dickinson was a right fit for me because I value having close interactions with my professors,” says Seblewongel Enyew '24, a neuroscience major and recipient of the Forney P. George Scholarship.
Jack Drda '24 has interned at a hospital and has researched rare plant species, the effects of invasive species on trees and a little-known autoinflammatory disorder.
From Dickinson to Caltech to NASA, the astrochemist (and artist) has always seen her future in the stars.
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