International business & management and economics double major Maryam Khalil ’21 has discovered her purpose at Dickinson through ethics, community service and helping others.
Find out how Ed Harrell ’55 used Dickinson's global education to become a game-changer in global economics, entrepreneurial training, tech commercialization and investment.
Student-faculty research looks at the economic wake of nature’s path.
From writing a policy brief on the effects of tuna fishing to joining a dive team to fight climate change’s impact on coral reefs, Emily Fenstermacher ’20 is learning how to make a difference.
Nationally celebrated touring actor Bob Weick returns to Dickinson for his fourth appearance as Karl Marx in a performance of "Marx in Soho" by Howard Zinn.
Unique New York City experience has shown Dickinson international business & management and economics majors what lies ahead for a decade now.
Rising sophomore Ana-Elena Karlova '21 is an intern in the Department of Europe at the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Bulgaria.
As economics major and long-stick middie for Red Devils lacrosse Nate Usich ’19 well knows, sometimes not being good at one thing pushes you in the direction of another.
New STEM-classified major has far-reaching benefits for both domestic and international students.
Jong Ho Choi ’18 is a composer and animation artist who'll go from Dickinson to Berklee College of Music to pursue a master’s degree in film, video game and TV scoring.
Assistant Professor of Economics Emily Marshall parses the links between unemployment, crime and the shadow economy.
Meet Hoang Nguyen ’19, a double major in international business & management and economics who put his passion for numbers to work for a Hanoi startup and plans to pursue a career in data science.
Graduating seniors secure jobs at Vanguard, Valley National Bank, Unum, Barnum Financial Group and TEKsystems.
Graduating seniors accepted into graduate programs at Frankfurt School of Finance and Management and Bocconi University.
Sometimes, life doesn't go according to plan, and the challenges before us seem insurmountable. That's when the learning happens, says COO Gretchen Ernest Brigden '89.
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