Amos Ek ’24 is a Russian-language major and avid gamer who studied abroad in the Czech Republic.
Meet Helen Marhoul ’23, a Russian major and Eagle Scout who enjoys studying the intersections between global cultures, history, literature and film studies.
Dickinson will host a panel of experts to discuss the current conflict between Ukraine and Russia and its underlying historical, political and social contexts.
“The professors [here] are invested in their students and want to see them succeed,” says Alyssa Martin ’22, who’s preparing for an international career with the federal government.
In just one year, Peter Guma ’24 has found a strong sense of belonging at Dickinson through clubs, classes, mentors and a high-impact summer fellowship.
“I never expected to present at a conference as an undergraduate,” says Anna Harvey ’22, who has researched and presented on writing pedagogy and also helped prepare journal articles for the USAWC.
From studying abroad in Russia to conducting student-faculty research on two local turtle species, Erin Kennaly ’22 has been able to pursue a wide range of passions at Dickinson.
“Dickinson faculty are exceptional. They set Dickinson apart,” says Xander Danielson ’23, an award-winning Russian-language major.
A leading scholar and a singer-songwriter brought world-premiere music and WWII research to Dickinson. Their virtual residency included personalized feedback on student research.
West Coaster Jackson Ohlsen-Johnson '22 is a runner, a cappella singer, Student Senate and fraternity member, and College Farm and War College intern.
To help multilingual visitors navigate Carlisle’s deep roots, Dickinson students recently developed an engaging historic virtual downtown walking tour.
Associate Professor of Russian Alyssa DeBlasio receives 2019-20 Distinguished Teaching Award.
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