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.
A new study led by a Dickinson professor and published in the journal 'Psychology & Health' finds people who worried more about COVID-19 also took more precautions against catching the disease.
Since 1977, the award has recognized an elite group of future leaders dedicated to service.
Students in literature and intro computer-science classes teamed up to digitally analyze classic texts through an innovative digital humanities project.
Continuing Dickinson’s history of success, every applicant is accepted into the highly selective, yearlong program.
With data at the heart of everything, the chairs of Dickinson's new data analytics program explain why studying the field at a liberal-arts college makes the most sense.
Mireille Rebeiz explores the connections among such issues as war crimes, terrorism, Lebanese women writers and sexuality, and readers will soon get a look at it all through her first book.
Helen Takacs, associate professor of international business & management, has been named the 2021 recipient of Dickinson’s Constance & Rose Ganoe Memorial Award for Inspirational Teaching.
Alex Bates, associate professor of Japanese language, literature and film recently received the 2020-21 Distinguished Teaching Award.
A new study by Shamma Alam, assistant professor of international studies, is the first to examine how job losses during the Great Recession affected levels of physical activity among young adults.
In the studio arts, Dickinson faculty encourage students to be both fearless and critical.
Exploration of a wide range of topics inspires impressive research papers and essays.
Interested students can now apply to Dickinson's recently announced master's program in managing complex disasters.
Enrollment begins in March for the new program preparing the next generation of thinkers and leaders for complex, uncertain times.
With water quality at stake, Professor of Chemistry Amy Witter makes the case for banning coal-tar-based sealants.
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