“I wanted to be part of an institution where sustainability is at the forefront,” says Kay Davis-Lorton ’23. Learn more about why she chose Dickinson and why her semester abroad was "amazing."
Large grants fund new College Farm project that looks to transform the way midsize farms manage waste—and turn it into an energy source.
For the fourth consecutive year, Dickinson has been recognized as a top performer in the Sustainable Campus Index.
We tag along with Sunrise Movement co-founder Varshini Prakash during her three-day Rose-Walters Prize Residency on campus.
"Dickinson is positioned to change the world in sustainable ways," says Valeria Carranza '09, who was inspired by a tour of the College Farm to spark positive change in Montgomery County, Md.
Dickinson will present the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change with the Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize for Environmental Activism.
The executive director and co-founder of Sunrise Movement urges students to take action in the fight against climate change in ways that are personal to them.
Plans are under way to construct a cutting-edge, sustainable learning, research and event facility at the College Farm. One year after the Farm Lab project launch, new developments are afoot.
The accolade tops a year of honors recognizing Dickinson’s national leadership in sustainability education and campus operations.
Varshini Prakash is the 2021 recipient of Dickinson's Rose-Walters Prize for Environmental Activism.
A national leader in sustainability education and sustainable campus operations,
Dickinson is again ranked in Sierra’s top 20.
Learn how this former CIA couple helps promising Dickinson students make a meaningful difference in the world.
If you've ever wondered what life is like on the College Farm, this virtual walking tour will give you a glimpse into the 80-acre, USDA-certified organic farm.
Varshini Prakash, executive director and co-founder of Sunrise Movement, accepts the Rose-Walters Prize during Dickinson's Virtual Commencement Ceremony.
The new accolade follows on the heels of others honoring Dickinson's reputation in areas such as study abroad, sustainability and making an impact.
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