Sierra magazine, the official publication of the Sierra Club, has again named Dickinson one of its “Coolest Schools” for environmental sustainability.
Dickinson College is the No. 1 Overall Top Performer among baccalaureate institutions in the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s (AASHE) "Sustainable Campus Index."
Working with Professor of Physics Hans Pfister, Dickinson students convert three traditional bikes to electric bikes by installing brushless hub motors on each.
Taking a big step toward its carbon neutrality pledge, Dickinson installs 12,000 solar panels at Dickinson Park.
Julie Vastine ’03, director of Dickinson’s Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM), has been appointed to the board of the Citizen Science Association.
Dickinson’s collection of accolades honoring its commitment to sustainability is growing again, this time thanks to College Magazine.
Dickinson will collaborate with a number of institutions to understand threats to bees in the U.S. and how we can help provide solutions.
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education has again recognized Dickinson as a top-performing college.
The importance of energy conservation doesn’t end with annual competition.
An intro-level sculpture class battled mud, serendipity and wind and emerged with sustainability-themed art, now displayed in a public park.
The ‘Northside Ride’ brings together the Dickinson College community and bicyclists of all ages and abilities.
The American Security Project’s David Titley, retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral, will visit Dickinson Monday, March 26, to discuss the emerging threats of climate change to U.S. national security.
Dickinson awards $100,000 environmental advocacy prize to Our Children’s Trust, which leads a global climate recovery campaign elevating the voice of youth to favorably impact their futures.
Unexpected challenges and a liberal-arts edge drove Melissa Lareau ’03 to create a career-rehabilitating soil to make communities more healthy and food secure.
Seniors Natalie Cassidy and Audrey Ling are each continuing original research on social and environmental justice that they conducted while studying abroad in Argentina last year.
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