Associate Professor of Economics and International Studies Shamma Alam discusses the power of economics and how students of the discipline can leave their mark on the world.
"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.
Alumni of the department return for a three-day celebration to impart words of wisdom and share career and life experiences with current students.
With $800,000 in funding from the Mellon Foundation, Dickinson will launch a center and academic program in Native American and Indigenous studies.
A new environmental studies project begins with a variety of plants taking root on an otherwise lifeless roof.
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.
Dickinsonians reflect on the college's master's and certificate programs in managing complex disasters.
Continuing Dickinson’s history of success, every applicant is accepted into the highly selective, yearlong program.
Across the country, and the globe, Dickinson students engaged in a wide variety of summer internships.
A new partnership agreement provides two options for students wishing to attend Tulane for graduate studies in public health.
Continuing more than a decade of success with the program, two more Dickinson students will cross the pond in the fall to immerse themselves in Oxford's tutorial system.
Driven by donors and new hires, Dickinson's new Department of Data Analytics hits the ground running.
Emerging from a winning Revolutionary Challenge proposal, the new major merges Dickinson’s liberal-arts foundation and its future-forward approach.
Interested students can now apply to Dickinson's recently announced master's program in managing complex disasters.
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