For the second consecutive year, Dickinson has earned the top position among baccalaureate institutions in the prestigious Sustainable Campus Index.
Meet Emerlee Simons ’24, an All-American student-athlete, Baird Sustainability Fellow and Dialogues Across Differences student-coordinator.
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.
Meet Milo Newman-Lombardo '25 (philosophy), who plans a law career focusing on environmental activism and human rights.
The College Farm's new anaerobic digester is one of 23 grant-winning projects that address food waste prevention, reduction and recovery.
Sam Rose '58, founder of Dickinson's Rose-Walters Prize for Environmental Activism, received Earth Day Network's Climate Education Champion Award during a high-profile gala in D.C.
“It’s a lot of work, but it’s really fun.” Students conduct fieldwork in Germany as part of an innovative program on global sustainability and the transition to green energy.
Tara Houska, a devoted environmental and Indigenous rights advocate, will be presented with Dickinson's Rose-Walters Prize for her environmental advocacy work.
Four juniors and a sophomore representing a broad range of academic interests selected for Baird Honors Practicum.
The Forum on Education Abroad has named Dickinson the 2022 recipient of the Award for Advancing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Education Abroad.
The annual event is a fun and interactive opportunity to learn about how you can make a difference in the world by living a sustainable lifestyle.
Dickinson has made a pledge to engage students, faculty, staff and members of nearby communities in learning about climate change risks and how to adapt to be more resilient.
Bicyclists of all ages are invited to join a community ride around Carlisle’s Northside neighborhood.
We visit Dickinson’s recent International Climate Symposium, where hundreds of students engaged in meaningful sessions with world-class experts on climate science and policy.
Dickinson's biking program again earned gold Bicycle Friendly University honors. Thanks to an alum's recent donation, we'll keep riding strong on campus and in the local community.
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