Dickinson College to Launch Leading-Edge Program in Civil Dialogue
Funded by a major grant, the Civil Dialogue Across the Curriculum, Campus & Community program aims to help students develop, and practice, crucial skills for a diverse, globalized world.
'It’s going to be a rallying place on campus,' says President Jones of the new space, which will be dedicated to making connections across the Dickinson community.
With a double major in German and anthropology and coursework in health studies, Sofia Perrone is gearing up for a career that taps her interests in medical anthropology, global cultures and policy.
Meet Jada Witkowski ’24, a psychology major who enjoys studying how behavioral psychology and culture impact sustainability.
Former anthropology major Douglas Kramon ’93 leads fan support teams for ESPN and Disney Worldwide Services.
Maeve Thistel ’24, an avid runner and anthropology major, has researched food insecurity and dietary diversity and plans a career in nutrition and integrative health.
If a class seems interesting, try it, says Evan Bates ’23, who discovered a deep love of coding through an introductory course at Dickinson.
A new environmental studies project begins with a variety of plants taking root on an otherwise lifeless roof.
Former chemistry major William “Hunter” Woodward ’06 creates new and innovative sustainability solutions as a researcher at Dow Chemical Core Research and Development.
A slate of high-profile alumni business leaders will return to campus to inspire the next generation of Dickinsonians.
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