With data at the heart of everything, the chairs of Dickinson's new data analytics program explain why studying the field at a liberal-arts college makes the most sense.
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.
Elsa Hritz ’25, a 2021 graduate of Carlisle High School, has been selected as the recipient of the Dickinson-Carlisle Scholarship in recognition of her academic achievement and community service.
Graduating mathematics majors secure jobs at T. Rowe Price and Enterprise Knowledge and earn acceptance into graduate programs at Northwestern University and Columbia University.
Learn more about Kat Pham ’21 and how her Dickinson experience helped prepare her for the prestigious Erasmus Mundus quantitative economics master’s program she'll enter after graduation.
Driven by donors and new hires, Dickinson's new Department of Data Analytics hits the ground running.
Nina Spoelker ’21 co-manages a video series of brief, in-depth chats between theatre & dance students, alumni and faculty. After graduation, she’ll work for Enterprise Knowledge.
Emerging from a winning Revolutionary Challenge proposal, the new major merges Dickinson’s liberal-arts foundation and its future-forward approach.
Undeterred by COVID, math and economics double major Maisara Khan ’21 served a virtual internship, co-founded a career-focused club and more.
Paul Duprex, distinguished molecular virologist and vaccine designer, will discuss COVID-19 vaccine development in a virtual talk from Dickinson's Clarke Forum.
The Data Science Initiative infuses data analytics with the liberal arts; students will understand, critique and construct data-driven arguments that drive decision-making across a variety of fields.
Find out how Dickinson helped math and quantitative economics double major Bridget Williams ’21 line up a job with T. Rowe Price before graduation.
“Dickinson embodied everything that I was looking for,” says Alice Agyekum ’22, who has prepared for medical school at Dickinson through coursework, research, and an internship with UPMC Pinnacle.
Find out how the mix of hard tech and liberal arts Mike Capone ’88 found at Dickinson helped him go from computer science major to tech company CEO.
A new consulting club aims to create a knowledge base and networking connections for fellow Dickinsonians.
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