“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.
“Studying overseas was always a dream of mine. I am grateful to Dickinson and to all who support the Nilsson Scholarship for showing confidence in the Dickinson students who study in Bologna.”
"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.
Meet Mary Ritter ’23, who’s volunteered in Bologna, Italy, tackled internships in two states and researched imperial board games and toys in fascist Italy.
“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.
Alumni Global Adventures are extraordinary opportunities to learn from Dickinson experts as you explore exciting destinations. Here are the trips we're planning for 2023.
Maeve Thistel ’24, an avid runner and anthropology major, has researched food insecurity and dietary diversity and plans a career in nutrition and integrative health.
Meet Lia Gilmore ’25, a physics major and social-media wiz who's studying astronomical data reduction.
Students visiting Italy learn about global cultures and food systems while volunteering and studying abroad.
Dickinsonians reflect on the college's master's and certificate programs in managing complex disasters.
Learn more about Chris Althouse '24, a Benjamin Rush Scholar and Italian studies major who interned at an Italian-American newspaper.
Meet Will Giguere ’23, an international business & management and Italian studies double major who taught basic economics to Italian high-schoolers while studying abroad.
Graduating Italian studies majors launch careers at Goldman Sachs and Vanguard and are accepted into graduate programs at George Washington University and the University of London.
An internship at the Italian Trade Commission was an excellent match for Damian Garrubbo ’22, a double major in international business & management and Italian studies.
Meet Gavin Wood ’21, an international business & management and Italian studies double major, whose Dickinson experience has already helped him land a job offer from Goldman Sachs.
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