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.
A Public Safety Inclusivity Council is taking shape at Dickinson. It will work with the college's Department of Public Safety to assess campus climate and provide recommendations for best practices.
"We're tuned in, we're doing important work and we're thinking about this on a national scale," says Tony Boston, who joined Dickinson in October as the college's first chief diversity officer.
Dickinson’s 2023 Black History Month keynote address will detail the story of an enslaved woman who escaped from George Washington.
Dickinson changes the name of an important new initiative. Here's why that speaks volumes about the vital work ahead.
With $800,000 in funding from the Mellon Foundation, Dickinson will launch a center and academic program in Native American and Indigenous studies.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni will gather on and off campus to celebrate the achievements of Black Americans and recognize their important roles in history and society.
Political science major Anne Fisher-Henson ’24 studies community and economic development in rural areas.
Meet Christian Gonzalez '24, a computer science major who interned with the College Farm to help develop a website that helps farms earn organic certification.
In a keynote address for the Judicial Independence Benefit, President Jones highlights the urgent need to foster civil dialogue and a distinctive program that equips students with those vital skills.