We asked alumni of Dickinson’s oldest global-studies program to share their memories, and they responded with gusto, across generations.
Lauren Keiper Stein ’02 began her career on Wall Street and then moved to Reuters, where she covered a national beat. Now, she’s published a cookbook that’s gaining traction in the national press.
A poem written by Olivia Vega '04 expressing her love of the Italian city where she studied abroad.
Dickinson celebrates landmark year with two-day celebration in D.C. featuring alumni and faculty lectures as well as tasty special events.
A service trip inspired Kirsten Walsh ’17 to study international environmental issues. A year later, she was running an ultra-marathon to help raise funds for clean-water programs in Ethiopia.
Students study sustainability in China through an artistic lens.
Inspired by a well-known Haitian author, two new grads travel to Haiti to help teach French to displaced, Creole-speaking children.
Students share the lowdown on their summer internships in marketing, public relations and media at home and overseas.
Visitors to the University of Bremen will now find Dickinson's iconic red Adirondack chairs on campus, a nod to the longstanding partnership between the two institutions.
A 3,500-mile photography trip to the wilds of Peru was more than an immersive research experience for environmental-science major Wesley Lickus ’17. It was the start of an ongoing adventure.
Policy major and Posse Scholar Frieda Adu-Brempong ’16 discusses social problem-solving and the Washington Center project that earned her a trip to Japan.
Two worlds happily collide as Molly DiLeonardi '15 welcomes both her family and her Cameroonian host family to campus for graduation day.
Ashton Fiucci '15 loves to study language and culture, so being able to take Spanish and Italian at Dickinson, study abroad and intern at an Italian scholarly journal was a dream come true.
Fresh from performing at an international theatre festival in Belgium, sociology and French double major Sarah Goslin ’15 describes her experiences at Dickinson and abroad.
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