"It was unforgettable." While studying abroad, Vasilisa Pallis ’24 taught English to Ukrainian refugees, translated for the Red Cross and volunteered for the German Special Olympics.
"My understanding of climate change has grown so much." In late November, two Dickinson students traveled to Dubai to attend COP28 and witness the wheels of progress in motion.
Why study abroad in Toulouse? In this short video, students describe what it's like to live and learn in this quintessential French university city.
Through Dickinson's Arctic & Alpine Climate Change program, students conduct hands-on research in ecologically crucial regions and contribute to our knowledge about the Earth's future.
Xenia Makosky '24 has participated in research through the Writing Center, completed an internship at the Smithsonian’s National Gallery of Asian Art, and studied abroad in Jordan and Morocco.
Through the power of AI, Dickinson students will soon be able to practice Japanese language in a novel and convenient way.
“Studying abroad expanded my worldview in ways I did not think were possible.” Meet Tony Trandafir ’24, a Posse Scholar and student leader who studied in Italy.
“Studying overseas was always a dream of mine. I am grateful to Dickinson and to all who support the Nilsson Scholarship for showing confidence in the Dickinson students who study in Bologna.”
There's a craft chocolate boom in Peru, and anthropologist A.J. Wildey '13 plays a delectable part. Lonely Planet named her fair trade chocolate "library" a top 10 destination in the nation.
Decades into a globe-trotting finance career, this alum pivoted to the alt-protein sector. He's passing along lessons learned to a Dickinson student.
There's no greater gift than to make a dream possible. For Argentina native Pablo Thaler '07, a dream of working toward more stable democracies in Latin America began with a Dickinson scholarship.
“The friends I’ve met and people I’ve encountered are a constant reminder to live my life, not just learn about it,” says English major Evelyn Mace '24, recipient of the Moorehead-Timberlake Award.
While studying abroad through Dickinson’s Oxford program, Daniel Levine ’24 co-led his Oxford lacrosse team to victory against rivaling Cambridge.
“I am forever grateful to Dickinson," says Lily Bibro ’24, an English major who interned for a scholarly journal and studied abroad through the college's Oxford program.
“Just try new things—even if it is scary!” That bravery has served Nora Stocovaz ’25 well, as chief of staff of Student Senate who performed fieldwork in Greece.
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