New Scholarship Used to Support Students From Ukraine
Thanks to the generosity of Sam Rose ’58, five students have received full-tuition scholarships to Dickinson.
Former biology major Jamie Bugel ’13 followed her interest in nutrition to become director of the Dane County Farmers’ Market in Madison, Wis., the largest producer-only market in the country.
The Dickinson community is geared up to celebrate this year, as more alumni than ever before plan on attending the three-day festivities.
"Dickinson inspired in me a passion for social justice, civic engagement and lifelong learning, and it became part of how I raised my four children." Meet alumna donor Cherie Snyder '72.
"The more I learned, the more I wanted to learn." The first grads of Dickinson's new program in managing complex disasters look back on their journeys and forward to the important work ahead.
President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, will join a range of notable speakers at the Asheville Ideas Fest in mid-June.
Associate Professor Mireille Rebeiz spearheads effort to launch Arab American Heritage Month.
For several weeks each summer, this alumni couple opens hearts and home to Dickinson students completing nearby internships. It allows them to make a meaningful impact in a personally satisfying way.
Commencement speaker and FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell urges the graduates to solve the world’s “wicked problems” and be the “stewards of our future.”