Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Learn why political science major, ROTC cadet and student-athlete George Ladner ’21 believes, “Dickinson crafts students into problem-solvers capable of leading responses to emerging problems.”
Dickinson ROTC observed Veterans Day with a socially distant workout session and an outdoor ceremony honoring a local hero.
Dickinson and other area ROTC cadets raise $3,000 for PPE supplies for local nonprofit organization.
Dickinson honors those lost in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Biochemistry & molecular biology major and former ROTC Cadet Susan Buckenmaier ’16 examines the risk factors of populations and their role in the development of chronic disease.
Cameron Kerr '09 takes on an eight-day trek in Antarctica to raise awareness about conservation and wounded veterans.
Find out how all-conference linebacker and ROTC scholar James Turner ’20, has brought together his passions for athletics, history, poetry and education at Dickinson.
In this podcast, we join the Blue Mountain Battalion on a training exercise and learn how ROTC deepens the liberal-arts experience.
Nathan Fry ’06, a former ROTC cadet and self-developed major in comparative literature, helps U.S. soldiers reach new heights as training director for the Army Mountain Warfare School.
Dickinsonians prepare for leadership roles in the U.S. Army—and life.
Around the world and back again, LTC Matt Smith '02 returns to Dickinson to lead its ROTC program.
Dickinson College faculty gather with U.S. Army War College (USAWC) staff members, International Fellows and their families to celebrate the distinctive partnership between the two institutions.
The Dickinson community gathers for a Patriot Day remembrance ceremony led by the college's Reserve Officers’ Training Corps to honor of the victims of the 9/11 attacks.
As a child, Katie Gimbert ’18 wanted to be an astronaut. Today, with a fellowship for women in aerospace in hand, she is preparing to attend U.S. Army flight school.
Graduating ROTC cadets Hayley Murdough ’18 and Ellis Johnson ’18 are reaching new heights.
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