Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Associate Professor of English Jacob Sider Jost examines the facets and significance of the word "interest" in 18th-century life.
Dickinson’s decision to go remote for the fall semester—one of the first colleges in the national to do so—garnered significant national, regional and local news coverage.
The remote semester makes classes available to a record number of alumni this fall. That connects students and alumni and provides a glimpse of how Dickinsonians apply classroom learning on the job.
Associate Professor of English Claire Seiler talks about her recently published book, which focuses on midcentury writers.
Take a look at how Dickinson faculty will bring the liberal arts to students across the nation and world in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
All summer, faculty have been hard at work learning the tools and strategies to bring the benefits of a liberal-arts education online this fall.
Dickinson has created a new tenure-track position in Native American studies thanks in part to a $210,000 grant from the Creating Connections Consortium.
Complementing majors across the curriculum, the new minor in ethics is as timely as it is vital.
Learn how Dickinson transitioned from classroom to online instruction in only one week, while continuing to nurture community across time zones in challenging times.
From philosophy to food systems, classes will run the academic gamut.
Psychology course uses Oculus Quest VR headsets to create more realistic experiments in controlled environments.
Robots, food justice, modern art, pseudoscience, big data, music, medicine and more. There was a First-Year Seminar for every interest this year.
New research published this month in the Southern Economic Journal reveals job losses during the Great Recession may be partly responsible for the recent drop in U.S. birth rates.
Science majors present research on subjects ranging from glaciovolcanism to acute myeloid leukemia.
Dickinson faculty and staff continue to be go-to sources for major media outlets, from The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal to NBC News and NPR.
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