After studying and interning in two global art meccas and exhibiting work at the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, Duanduan Hsieh ’19 creates art focusing on Asian-American identity and experiences.
At the choir’s annual fall concert, students performed musical works in 10 different languages representing several of the college’s study-abroad programs.
Rowan Humphries ’19 is getting a firsthand understanding of international conflict management through internships with a D.C. think tank and the Department of State.
Harry Qiu ’20 is making the most of his global education at Dickinson. He’s learning his third language, he’s translated a game into Chinese, and he even finds time for Russian martial arts.
Daniela Borrero ’21 is using her Dickinson education to turn her love for languages into an international career.
Find out how Ed Harrell ’55 used Dickinson's global education to become a game-changer in global economics, entrepreneurial training, tech commercialization and investment.
“Dickinson opened my eyes to perspectives I had never thought of before,” says Liam Stenson Ortiz ’19, who plans to turn his language and science education into an international career in medicine.
Dickinson College faculty gather with U.S. Army War College (USAWC) staff members, International Fellows and their families to celebrate the distinctive partnership between the two institutions.
Dickinson’s global efforts lauded in a new review by the Forum for Education Abroad.
Think creative writing is hard? Try writing in a non-native language! Mina Nguyen ’19 loves the challenge, and she's learning, tutoring and translating in several languages too.
Students share their images for the 2018 Study Abroad Photo Contest, and we announce the winning photos.
Swimming standout Olivia Lyman ’19 knows what it takes to push through and overcome obstacles, in the pool and overseas.
Former political science major Jamie Lopez ’12 strives to promote justice and protect victims of crimes in her hometown community as the deputy district attorney for the County of Los Angeles.
Sometimes, life doesn't go according to plan, and the challenges before us seem insurmountable. That's when the learning happens, says COO Gretchen Ernest Brigden '89.
Leigh Parrott ’18 has found a way to deeply explore all of her passions at Dickinson, from music and literature to East Asian languages and astronomy.
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