“Nowhere else could I get as many opportunities as a freshman." Out of the gate, Noah Lape ’26 co-published a paper, contributed to a physics YouTube channel and coded chatbots.
After interning with the athletics department, Andrew Scheiner '25 (comp sci, data analytics) researched tipoffs and jump balls in professional basketball and presented findings at MathFest 2023.
”I get to see and experience the connections between sustainability, social justice and big data and envision how I can make my mark," says Michelle Cao '25 of her Dickinson experience.
University of Maryland School of Dentistry and world-renowned R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center welcome their first two Dickinsonians into new program.
“Dickinson has inspired, motivated and challenged me to be the best version of myself,” says Myra Naqvi '25, an award-winning runner and ROTC member who researched the Russia-Ukraine war.
Xenia Makosky '24 has participated in research through the Writing Center, completed an internship at the Smithsonian’s National Gallery of Asian Art, and studied abroad in Jordan and Morocco.
Student gather to thank alumni couple for their generosity in funding internship opportunities.
“Studying abroad expanded my worldview in ways I did not think were possible.” Meet Tony Trandafir ’24, a Posse Scholar and student leader who studied in Italy.
A scholarship made Sammy Garcia '23's Dickinson research project possible. That research led to a high-level internship and career at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT.
An internship grant led the international business & management and economics double major from the minor league Worchester Red Sox to the big leagues.
Meet Emerlee Simons ’24, an All-American student-athlete, Baird Sustainability Fellow and Dialogues Across Differences student-coordinator.
“It’s such a tight-knit community, where everyone wants to see you grow and find success," says Shane Mundorf ’25, who’s completing a high-level internship hosted by a Dickinson trustee.
Polish your LinkedIn profile. Talk to professors and professionals. Take pride in the little things. Follow up. Students interning at top orgs like Google, the NIH and the WNBA offer candid advice.
"Thanks to Dickinson’s brilliant professors, my understanding of the world around me has deepened considerably,” says Arwyn Forbes ’25, a House Divided and Knowledge for Freedom intern.
"The opportunities and programs at Dickinson are unmatched," says Jacob Fuentes '26. "If you want to get something done, there are always people to support you."
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