At Dickinson, you can find all sorts of innovation and collaboration in just about every nook and cranny. Here, we introduce you to three of them.
Three students present original research at the largest earth and space science meeting in the world, and one gets interviewed by NASA.
Greater Carlisle Project receives $50,000 civic-engagement grant to implement community storytelling project.
Business, social justice and sustainability issues converge in familiar settings for students in fall environmental-studies course.
Students spend a week above the Arctic Circle to experience remote fieldwork conditions and climate change’s impact.
Dickinson delegation heads to Paris for the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, joining leaders from around the globe.
The 2016 Baird fellows represent 11 different majors. Learn more about these sustainability scholars and leaders.
The Drepung Monastery’s Buddhist monks' residency concluded with a deconsecration ceremony in the Waidner-Spahr Library and a moving tribute to Jigme Nidup '19.
Mark Ruffalo, the 2015 recipient of the Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize at Dickinson College for Global Environmental Activism, discusses what he’s truly passionate about.
'New York Times’ ad raises national awareness for Dickinson and its Rose-Walters Prize.
Dickinson’s first Sustainability Report highlights the college's sustainability achievements of the past year and the backdrop from which they emerged.
Marie-Noelle Nwokolo '16 and Julie Vastine named 2015 Campus Sustainability Champions.
Mark Ruffalo gives advice to Dickinson students on acting, environmental activism, challenging yourself ... and which Avengers character could run for president.
At Dickinson's College Farm, students and apprentices are pressing apple cider the old-fashioned way.
Mark Ruffalo urges students to 'act up' for the environment during Rose-Walters residency.
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