Dickinson has made the decision to move classes online for the rest of the semester. The campus is not open to visitors until further notice.
Dickinson is partnering with three schools to purchase the largest amount of solar power by any higher education institutions nationally.
Cameron Kerr '09 takes on an eight-day trek in Antarctica to raise awareness about conservation and wounded veterans.
Dickinson students help measure greenhouse gas emissions for a study that will form the basis of a local climate action plan.
Meet Larissa Babicz ’20, a bio major, birder, dog trainer and wildlife artist who researches the effects of climate change on birds in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
Dickinson's ALLARM and its students make a difference in Pennsylvania and across the country.
Joel Reynolds, NRDC western director and senior attorney, meets with students, joins class discussions and delivers a lecture on climate change.
President Margee M. Ensign, Rose-Walters Prize recipients weigh in on the country's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
New EV charging stations add yet another facet to the college's sustainability picture.
Dickinson is one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges, according to The Princeton Review.
Dickinson to host lecture on climate change, biodiversity loss and the importance of advocacy and legal action by Natural Resources Defense Council Western Director & Senior Attorney Joel Reynolds
Students studying abroad through the Dickinson-in-England program saw innovative solutions to food insecurity in action when they volunteered for Refettorio Felix and City Harvest.
In this podcast episode, we go inside the recent BE.Hive On Campus summit to learn how behavior change can fight climate change.
More than 420 leaders, students and educators flock to Dickinson to attend BE.Hive, a summit on how colleges and students can lead us toward a sustainable future.
As part of this weekend's BE.Hive summit, teams of students from a range of colleges worked together to explore solutions for more sustainable campus dining.
The Dickinson community helps fight climate change with behavior change ... with big results.
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