A panel of local and regional experts will discuss the nature of persistent poverty and food insecurity as well as ways to address these concerns.
An update on Dickinson's sustainability initiatives and accolades.
Growing up on a safari ranch in Zimbabwe, Sophie Kirkman '19 became attuned to the effects of climate change. Now she's deepening her understanding of the issue at Dickinson.
While Sophie Kivlehan '21 adjusts to her first semester on campus, she's also gearing up to take the stand in a federal lawsuit aiming to change U.S. environmental policy.
Dickinson's Baird Sustainability Fellowship program selects 13 seniors who have advanced sustainability through excellence in scholarship, leadership and service.
As an EcoRep, Ilana Zeitzer ’19 helps others to live sustainably. She recently took that mission to a new level and was recognized by an international nonprofit for her work.
Dickinson's approach to sustainability makes this pressing issue a part of every student’s education.
The Dickinson College Farm shares some tips for a tasty and more sustainable Thanksgiving meal.
Biology major Nick Long ’19 is driven to make a tangible impact in marine conservation and environmental issues.
Dickinson’s Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring and the Cumberland County Conservation District are working with the community to gather data on the health of a nearby creek.
Native American chef and educator Sean Sherman will serve an indigenous-inspired meal on campus and present a special lecture on indigenous food systems.
Dickinson's Rose-Walters Prize-winner, Rare CEO Brett Jenks, meets with students and faculty members and uses the prestigious prize to launch a bold new initiative for global conservation.
Dickinson and six partner institutions win prestigious sustainability research award for collaborative study of nitrogen emissions.
Brett Jenks of Rare discusses why climate change may be “all in our heads” during a residency that launches a revolutionary new educational center based on behavioral science.
Global conservation leader Brett Jenks will discuss how better understanding human behavior can help solve the climate crisis.
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