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.
Dickinson students in an Environmental Research Methods and Civic Engagement course conduct research and draft a proposal to improve the lives of environmentally at-risk Pennsylvania residents.
Graduating environmental science majors launch careers in consulting, forest pathology and conservation.
Prakash, who helped build a movement to stop climate change and create jobs for all, is the 10th recipient of the prestigious Rose-Walters Prize.
Graduating environmental studies majors secure jobs in consulting, agriculture, pharmaceuticals and education.
Dickinson will take part in a virtual event seeking to build on momentum and strengthen future efforts and initiatives in environmental justice.
As a double major in environmental studies and theatre, Brendan Carr ’22 merges a passion for the arts with a drive to help bring about positive social and environmental change.
Cecilia “Cece” Ribordy '22 becomes second Dickinsonian since 2018 to win one of just five annual fellowships
The prestigious fellowship honors student scholarship and action aimed at helping to create a sustainable world.
Grace Gontarek ’22 (environmental studies, political science) is a first-year mentor and musician who interns with the EPA.
An environmental-studies major and computer science major team with professors to probe the connections among climate change, agricultural sustainability and food security.
Dickinson will host a panel of experts to discuss environmental racism and justice in Pennsylvania.
Glenn Stone, an anthropologist and expert on the politics and ecology of food and agriculture will deliver a virtual talk aimed at unraveling myths.
New research by a Dickinson alumna and professor could help museums, conservators, historians and scholars better understand the timeline and production of Andean ceremonial drinking vessels.
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