"I want to give back so that future Dickinsonians have access to scholarships and the same opportunities I had," says Jacob DeCarli ’22, a recent grad and current Fulbright English Teaching Assistant.
As an undergrad, Claire Simpson '22 cowrote a book chapter. A few months after graduation, her chapter has been published in a book.
The former international studies major has made a career out of advocating for children in the criminal justice system, now in a presidentially appointed role.
A new study in the journal Health Economics is the first to comprehensively examine the impact of job losses during the Great Recession on the mental and physical health of young adults.
Where do beekeeping, international studies, activism, and Arabic language study meet? Find out how all these and more converge in the open mind of Erik Smith '22.
Dickinson's long history of Fulbright success continues with students becoming English Teaching Assistants across Europe and in Brazil.
Eleven students researched end-of-life issues and care in the Netherlands during spring break. What they learned was surprising, and it may enhance their future lives and careers.
Learn how this former CIA couple helps promising Dickinson students make a meaningful difference in the world.
International studies majors secure job in international development and are accepted into law school.
In the days since the passing of former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, the Dickinson College community reflects on her trailblazing life and her visit to campus in 2014.
Learn more about out why Morgan Yandow Harding ’24 says, “Dickinson allows me to be a true student-athlete, balancing my academics with field hockey and Army ROTC.”
Across the country, and the globe, Dickinson students engaged in a wide variety of summer internships.
A new study by Shamma Alam, assistant professor of international studies, is the first to examine how job losses during the Great Recession affected levels of physical activity among young adults.