The yearlong effort seeks to bring all Dickinsonians together to harness the power of the Dickinson community and imagine a bold future for the college and the world.
"The Good," the free, monthly podcast that shares stories about Dickinson students, professors and alumni, recently won a CASE District II Gold Award for Digital Communication.
Dickinson will be offering summer classes, which are open to students, alumni, community members and lifelong learners and cover everything from creative writing to microeconomics.
The Washington Post highlights how Dickinson's faculty members play a critical role in identifying students that are struggling and excelling.
Dickinson College is partnering with the Cumberland County Historical Society to host Carlisle Journeys: Places of Memory and the Unfolding Stories of the Carlisle Indian School.
Dickinson College faculty gather with U.S. Army War College (USAWC) staff members, International Fellows and their families to celebrate the distinctive partnership between the two institutions.
President Margee Ensign recently published op-eds in national publications, and Dickinson faculty were highlighted in The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.
Dickinson's useful liberal-arts education prepares students to see beyond boundaries, immerse themselves in a wide variety of experiences and engage the world as globally educated citizens.
Dickinson campus voicemail will be out of service this weekend and will resume Monday, July 17.
Seniors invited to apply to Young Alumni Trustee program.
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