The ability to take a wide range of classes at Dickinson has led Sam Arnold ’21 to explore opportunities he never imagined, including organic farming in Italy and underwater archaeology.
From the Canadian Arctic to Andean ritual drinking vessels, the Dickinson experience has given Allison Curley ’19 a wide range of research opportunities.
Lakota/Kiowa and Apache storyteller, artist and activist Dovie Thomason will deliver an origin story of the Wild West myth from an underrepresented perspective.
An indigenous studies scholar will explore ways to understand and honor Indigenous Peoples of the Americas during a lecture at Dickinson.
Alumni and students examine never-before-seen fossils and learn what they tell us about our planet’s changing climate during talks with experts and a private lab tour at the Field Museum.
Archaeology students investigate cultural clues embedded in centuries-old vessels and stories swirling around a WWII prison site, and present their research at a professional conference.
Graduating senior secures job with the National Park Service.
Katherine Heacock ’13 makes magic for “guests” from around the world as a cast member at Walt Disney World.
Washington native Makensie Jones '18 gains newfound confidence and improved public-speaking skills through her internship with the National Forest Service.
Marc Primelo '17 (archaeology, music), plays six instruments, and he conducted field work at an archaeological site in Mycenae, Greece.
Marc Primelo '17 discusses his fieldwork at a Grecian dig site and more.
Dickinsonians discover fragment of ancient “throne of Agamemnon" considered one of the “most important and emblematic finds of the Mycenaean age.”
Joe and Anna Wagman have more in common than just being father and daughter; the two also happen to be 2016 classmates.
Moments after receiving her own Dickinson degree, Anna Wagman '16 helped award a diploma to her father, Joe Wagman '16.
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