“It’s a lot of work, but it’s really fun.” Students conduct fieldwork in Germany as part of an innovative program on global sustainability and the transition to green energy.
Environmental studies majors accepted to the University of Brighton and Cardozo School of Law and joining Teach for America.
John Mather will receive Dickinson’s annual Joseph Priestley Award.
“It’s so important to put yourself out there and try new things.” Meet Lauren Orefice ’24 (environmental studies), an a cappella singer and study-abroad student who served a writing internship in NYC.
Students analyzed data, interviewed nonprofit leaders and surveyed guests at seven food banks, deliver public report.
"I'm so grateful for the support system and community I've gained here," says Prerana Patil '24, a double major in environmental science and chemistry, who did biogas research at the College Farm.
In this podcast, we take a trip to the top of Tome Hall, where an experimental green roof is helping make Dickinson even more sustainable.
A new environmental studies project begins with a variety of plants taking root on an otherwise lifeless roof.
Dickinsonians reflect on the college's master's and certificate programs in managing complex disasters.
Samuel Lavine ’22 is a history major, Baird Sustainability Fellow and Center for Sustainability Education intern who will enter the master’s program at the Columbia Climate School next fall.
Students present original scientific research on everything from the geoarchaeology of stone steps to the impact of climate change on snapping turtles.
Graduating seniors secure jobs in conservation, teaching and sales.
Plans are under way to construct a cutting-edge, sustainable learning, research and event facility at the College Farm. One year after the Farm Lab project launch, new developments are afoot.
Across the country, and the globe, Dickinson students engaged in a wide variety of summer internships.
Students involved with Dickinson's ALLARM will make waves with help from major grants, including two focusing on work relating to the Chesapeake Bay.
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