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.
Sierra Magazine once again honors Dickinson's commitment to sustainability.
Dickinson College is partnering with the nonprofit Rare to host and an interactive summit on Oct. 5 to explore how colleges and universities can promote sustainable behaviors and fight climate change.
Dickinson is ranked No. 2 top overall performer among 500 institutions in the U.S. and Canada in the 2019 Sustainable Campus Index.
Students involved with The Hive, run by Dickinson's Center for Sustainability Education, offer tips for how to use beeswax.
Angelo Tarzona '21 is the summer watershed coordinator at the Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM), where he is gaining firsthand experience working with watershed health and GIS.
Taste, half-portion, portion or double? Customized portions in Dickinson's Dining Hall, proposed by students, help you get the amount of food you want, while also helping to reduce food waste.
At Dickinson's on-campus bicycle repair shop, riders learn how to fix and maintain their bikes with members of the Dickinson community.
Cat Bohner '20 hones her communication and leadership skills while making an impact as a conservation education intern at the Marine Mammal Center.
Kaylee LaChance '20 is spending her summer as an intern at the Environmental Protection Agency, gaining valuable experience for a career in environmental health and policy.
Back from Nepal and Bhutan, Allison Miller '20 discusses why she applied Early Decision.
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