The Hive provides students a firsthand look at sustainability and ecology issues.
Dickinson takes leadership role in helping faculty across a wide-range of disciplines prepare students to tackle tomorrow's sustainability challenges.
Dickinson is among more than 1,200 colleges, universities, governors, mayors and business leaders pledging to continue to reduce carbon emissions in line with the Paris climate agreement.
Interim President Neil Weissman is part of the leadership circle of presidents calling for carbon pricing to combat climate change.
Join fellow Dickinsonians in Washington—or in spirit—for the Earth Day March for Science.
Former vice-presidential candidate Winona LaDuke discusses climate change and the growing protest movement against fossil-fuel projects.
President and CEO of Rare will accept the Rose-Walters Prize at Commencement and use it to launch a ‘major initiative’ for conservation.
Dickinson broke ground on a new, 129-bed residence hall designed to LEED Platinum for Homes standards.
A panel of experts explores the significance of bees and beekeeping, including the recent Hive program at Dickinson.
Rose-Walters Prize has been honoring the Earth and those dedicated to protecting it for five years.
Symposium brings regional faculty and students together to examine social innovation and entrepreneurship.
Faculty and administrators explored new educational paths in Cameroon during a 10-day conference aimed at enriching the study-abroad experience.
Behind the Rector Science Complex, behind a thick ring of wildflowers, two beehives were installed in October, and they brought a lot of buzz.
A Q-and-A with 2016 Rose-Walters Prize winner Elizabeth Kolbert.
Interim President Neil Weissman signs open letter on climate change to President-elect Trump and Congress.
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