The Forum on Education Abroad has extended its partnership with Dickinson through 2025.
“We think of it as an affirmation,” say Bill ’71 and Elke Durden, whose support for global education at Dickinson is an investment in the college, its students and the world they’ll one day help lead.
Learn how this former CIA couple helps promising Dickinson students make a meaningful difference in the world.
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.
New live, interactive virtual classes led by experts at the college's study-abroad centers bring Dickinsonians together online to learn about and explore the world's cities, histories and cultures.
“We’ve definitely had some adventures and mishaps." Dan Litwack '05 and Ana Atach '08 share lively travel stories in a Spanish-language book.
Two widely recognized leaders in global education aim to bridge siloed approaches in intercultural competency, diversity, equity and inclusion.
Kyle Carter ’99 carves a new career path leading small-group tours of Italy that go off the beaten path.
The Globally Integrated Semester combines global learning, rigorous classes and values-based education in a novel way.
Grace Eva Katz Wolf ’55 and her husband, Abe wolf, pass on their passion for adventure and global study to future Dickinsonians through philanthropy.
A three-year report reveals changes and continuities in global education and tells the stories behind the accolades.
Dickinson will pilot a new program in Washington, D.C., where policy, advocacy, technology, the arts, media and foreign relations all meet.
The federal government rescinds a policy that threatened international students’ access to U.S. higher education days after Dickinson joined in the fight against it.
Virginia Enney, a 2020 graduate of San Luis Obispo Classical Academy, has been selected as the recipient of the inaugural Dickinson-CET Global Leaders Scholarship.
Meet Lilly Zeitlin ’21, whose interest in studying institutional inequalities led her to conduct original research in India focusing on how urban and industrial development impacts rural communities.
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