The Hive beekeeping cooperative installs beehives on campus.
Renowned writer, historian and animal advocate James McWilliams will discuss sustainability and ethical farming practices during his talk at Dickinson.
An iconic theatre company uses puppets to bring election season to life at Dickinson's College Farm.
The Princeton Review has again recognized Dickinson as one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the nation.
Dickinson's food studies certificate program asks new questions with a classic liberal-arts twist.
ALLARM celebrates 30 years of citizen science.
Read the entire conversation from the food studies faculty roundtable.
Environmental studies and Italian studies double major Abbey Fisler '17 is well on her way to a career in renewable fuels.
Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer and Rose-Walters Prize winner Elizabeth Kolbert offers a compelling take on mass extinction, education and the liberal arts.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Elizabeth Kolbert begins her residency at Dickinson, which includes several classroom visits and a public lecture Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Dickinson and Carlisle team up as the first in the world to use new framework to measure, and increase, community resilience.
Dickinson is again named one of the ‘Coolest Schools’ for environmental sustainability.
Dickinson will host a lecture focusing on our food system and solutions for feeding the world by award-winning author and activist Raj Patel.
Abbey Fisler ’17 (environmental studies, Italian), who plans a career in renewable energy, tapped disparate skills and interests during a summer biochem research internship in Italy.
A year of broad and deep engagement in sustainability initiatives helps land Dickinson once again on The Princeton Review’s Green Honor Roll.
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