"The college’s dedication and willingness to go the extra mile to ensure my success has made a profound impact on me.” Meet Abigail Foster ’26.
One of the nation’s most prominent scholars, Eddie Glaude, Jr., will deliver Dickinson’s Black History Month Keynote, “The Ethics of Anti-Racism.”
“Even if it gets a little heated, there’s a very strong sense of respect.” Class, and initiative, creates an atmosphere of trust that makes it possible to share differing viewpoints.
“My goal is to return to my home country and share the knowledge and expertise I have gained." Meet Sebastian Valdez '26, an accomplished soccer player and aspiring civil engineer.
Celebrated performer/composer Christopher Jackson, best known as George Washington in the Broadway and Disney+ hit 'Hamilton,' comes to campus Nov. 2 to deliver annual Poitras-Gleim lecture.
The works of underrepresented artists and composers command center stage this fall through a high-impact residency with Imani Winds.
Dickinson will host the It’s On Us Regional Student Summit on campus violence prevention Saturday, Sept. 23.
"My hope was that by showing how invested i am in this work, fellow alumni would be inspired to be invested too.” Learn why Lauren Ashely Smith '06 and Brooke Helburn spurred nearly $30K in DEI gifts.
"I think giving in any form has exponential effects." Meet Rohan Sen '08.
Dickinson's new Inclusive Language Style Guide and Diversity Calendar help students, faculty and staff learn to communicate, learn and gather together in ways that build community and signal respect.
Professor of Computer Science John MacCormick examines how his unintentional creation of a biased algorithm reveals important lessons as AI becomes more influential.
A published poet and daughter of El Salvadoran war refugees, Janel Pineda '18 is pursuing a Ph.D. at UCLA and aspires to bring healing and community to migrant families through the arts.
The Forum on Education Abroad has named Dickinson the 2022 recipient of the Award for Advancing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Education Abroad.
In this episode, we talk with Tony Boston, Dickinson’s inaugural chief diversity officer, and learn why he says, “Diversity, equity and inclusion work is for everyone.”
The 2023 Women of Color Summit brought Dickinson women of color together to learn, share and connect. It also included Ally Day events, open to all Dickinsonians.
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