Several internships with Dickinson’s House Divided Project have created exceptional opportunities for Charlotte Goodman ’23, a double major in international studies and Spanish.
Like many young Americans, Ana Matovic ‘22’s interest in justice was ignited by "Law & Order." Now, as a DOJ intern, she’s learning what the legal field is really like—and she’s even more impassioned.
Kiara '21 and Kiana Smith '21 share their Dickinson story.
Learn the story behind one of Dickinson's best-loved classes, Spanish for the Health Professions, and how students make a difference in the lives of local migrant workers.
Two Dickinsonians recently received Fulbright grants to teach in South America. Alexandra Fosbury ’21 will work in Argentina, and Jacqueline Amezcua ’19 will teach in Brazil.
Graduating Spanish majors secure jobs in education, finance and digital media and are accepted into law school.
“We’ve definitely had some adventures and mishaps." Dan Litwack '05 and Ana Atach '08 share lively travel stories in a Spanish-language book.
Esery Mondesir, an award-winning filmmaker, will share his documentary film “What Happens to a Dream Deferred?” and participate in a post-film question-and-answer session in a virtual event.
César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández, law professor and expert in criminal and immigration law, will discuss the history of the immigration-imprisonment system in the U.S.
Adam Isacson, director of the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) Defense Oversight program, will discuss arms trafficking in a virtual program.
"Dickinson provided me with the best mentors," says Justina Warnick ’20, who researched neurodegenerative disease and addiction and will attend med school on full scholarship.
A panel of five Dickinson professors representing a variety of disciplines and national backgrounds will address worldwide environmental activism and protest movements in different countries.
Students in Dickinson's Spanish Club hold fundraiser to help support migrant agricultural workers in Pennsylvania.
Using specially trained dogs, former biology and Spanish major Mairi Poisson ’16 works to conserve wildlife for future generations as a field research scientist for Rogue Detection Teams.
“I was able to immerse myself in not just one culture but actually in two,” says Alana Richards ’20, who had a bilingual winery internship in Mendoza, Argentina, while abroad for a full year.
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