Students aiming for business and finance careers learned directly from the pros during a winter-break Career Trek to NYC. And they emerged with valuable contacts in the field.
Howard Friedman ’92 follows his gut to the top of corporate America.
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.
From the military, the Kraft Heinz Company, Post and now Utz, the former econ major leaves his mark in varying leadership roles.
Want to up your fantasy-sports game? Our new "Expert Show" begins with a look at data in fantasy football.
An internship grant led the international business & management and economics double major from the minor league Worchester Red Sox to the big leagues.
“It’s such a tight-knit community, where everyone wants to see you grow and find success," says Shane Mundorf ’25, who’s completing a high-level internship hosted by a Dickinson trustee.
Joshua Whittemore '25 dreamed of being a lawyer since he was 8. Now, he's laying a foundation as a law & policy and economics double major, interning in the Harrisburg attorney general's office.
The Dickinson men’s lacrosse team will take on Christopher Newport University on Saturday afternoon for the chance to reach the Final 4.
Ever dream of working in the sports industry? Scott Cohen '91, director of football research for the Baltimore Ravens, shares what it takes to forge a dream career in sports analytics.
Quantitative economics majors secure jobs in data analytics, actuarial and research for the Federal Reserve Back of San Francisco, the New York Mets and more.
The former economics major dives into data engineering with D.C.-based EAB, a higher-education solutions firm.
Meet Nora White ’24, a community engagement fellow who discusses what she's gained by getting involved in the Carlisle community.
“Working on a trading floor is incredibly exciting and energizing,” says Chris Brandau ’23, a lacrosse team captain who will work at Morgan Stanley after graduation.
"I like the small classes and the close-knit community," says economics major Harry Huy Do '24. "At Dickinson, professors are happy to talk."
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