Olivia Lyman '19 will teach in Côte d'Ivoire; Candice Ionescu '19 will do research in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Molly Burger '19 will teach in Berlin, Germany.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with Booz Allen Hamilton, the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the Peace Corps and other employers.
In this podcast, we talk with media master and Wall Street veteran Amy Nauiokas '94.
Meet David Swenson ’19, a talented musician, student-researcher and global citizen who trekked the Amazonian rainforest and reported on global issues through an internship.
Gabriella Farrell ’21 wants to one day improve relations among the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean, and she sees Dickinson as the best place to prepare to do that.
Rowan Humphries ’19 is getting a firsthand understanding of international conflict management through internships with a D.C. think tank and the Department of State.
Harry Qiu ’20 is making the most of his global education at Dickinson. He’s learning his third language, he’s translated a game into Chinese, and he even finds time for Russian martial arts.
Daniela Borrero ’21 is using her Dickinson education to turn her love for languages into an international career.
Harvard professor Daniel Ziblatt will discuss the current state of democracy in the United States using historical context in a lecture at Dickinson College.
To see the value of Dickinson College’s broad-based liberal arts and sciences education in action, look no further than Trevor Cohen ’12, managing editor at Google.
Having researched reconstruction teams in Iraq and Afghanistan, interned with the USAID, and studied Italian history in Bologna, Mary Hinton ’19 is living her dream at Dickinson.
From conducting original research in Washington, D.C., to tapping Career Center resources to build connections with alumni, Candice Ionescu ’19 is making the most of her Dickinson experience.
Sophie Haas-Goldberg '19 is gaining experience as an intern with International Bridges to Justice in Geneva, an NGO that aims to protect the basic legal rights of citizens in developing nations.
As a legislative and public affairs intern at USAID, Mary Hinton '19 promotes the work that USAID and its partners do each day to help people in developing nations.
Amanda Custer '19 is spending her summer researching the influence of cyber intelligence on national security policy at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C.
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