EPA grant helps ALLARM’s network monitor the waters running into the Chesapeake Bay.
'Money' magazine ranks Carlisle, Pa., in its top five places for walking and biking.
LOCALTUNITY builds community and sustainability with food.
Edible landscapes are pretty much everywhere on campus, so a salad is just a snip away.
Dickinson is one of the Top 20 'Coolest Schools' in the nation according to Sierra magazine.
Dickinson is one of only 24 colleges to be named to The Princeton Review's Green Honor Roll.
An immersive internship has Caroline Kanaskie ’17 in the lake and the lab utilizing her classroom and ALLARM experiences.
Dickinson earns an AASHE Gold 2.0 rating for holistic sustainability approach.
Student-faculty research produces Web portal on urbanatural interrelationships.
Dickinson has received more than $75,000 in rebates for its energy-saving improvements.
At Dickinson's College Farm, plant and animal waste is turned into biogas.
How does climate change affect lake ecology? Max Egener ’16 and Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Kristin Strock are investigating.
Dickinson is once again among the Top 10 energy-conserving colleges in the nation.
Mark Ruffalo, actor and activist, speaks about his work fighting fracking and promoting alternative energy through his Solutions Project.
The Durden Athletic Training Center is the college’s fifth LEED gold building
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