Meaghan McBride ’19 has researched in China, interned at a nonprofit, studied in Denmark and Cameroon, presented at a national conference and led two service trips.
Meet Pentti Hanlon ’19, who has researched water-harvesting technology and Buddhism, led Outing Club excursions and studied abroad in India.
“After taking these classes, I didn’t see the world in the same way,” says Meet Mollie Montague ’19, on her Dickinson experience as a sociology and Spanish double major.
What's it like to study at the University of East Anglia through the Dickinson in England program? Find out directly from the students themselves.
Dickinson becomes the school of record for CET’s high school and pre-college study-abroad programs.
Marcus Witherspoon '20 makes the most of his immersive experience in Bologna, Italy, by teaching a local child about American football.
University of Málaga geography professor and landscape researcher José-Damian Ruiz-Sinoga will present the lecture, “Soil Degradation as an Indicator of Global Change."
Students translate humorous texts by well-known German writer-performer in advance of dynamic public reading.
The Peace Corps today announced that Dickinson is a top volunteer-producing school, with nine alumni currently serving in communities in Africa, Asia, Europe and South America.
Students attended a climate-change conference in Nepal, interviewed dozens of villagers about climate change and presented their findings on sustainability and resilience both in Nepal and on campus.
An inaugural recipient of the Sen. Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization in 2003, Dickinson becomes the first college in the country to win the award twice.
Trung Nguyen ’19 sees his international business & management major at Dickinson as the best way to gain intellectual flexibility and agility for future success.
From China to a local Carlisle farmers market, Rachel Gross ’19 is learning how food shapes justice and community around the world.
As an American-studies major and a study-abroad student in Italy, Julia Ormond ’19 deepened her understanding of what it means to be an American and a global citizen.
Kai Ward ’19 enjoys exploring cross-cultural communication, whether as a children’s writing instructor in Hong Kong, a researcher probing the Cornish language in England or a student leader on campus.
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