"Dickinson’s liberal-arts education has shaped me into the person I am today, a global citizen," says Soo Min Kim ’18, who is striving to promote body positivity as the reigning Miss Korea 2018.
Unique New York City experience has shown Dickinson international business & management and economics majors what lies ahead for a decade now.
Claire Taben '20 travels to California for an internship at Winplus North America Inc., where she met alumnus and trustee Mark Lehman '71 and formed a very Dickinson friendship.
Aine Shiel '19's internship at MassChallenge is valuable for multiple reasons: She's gaining relevant experience, building her leadership skills and expanding her professional network.
Rising senior Kyu Ri Hong '19 is a sales and marketing intern at TAGPAY, a sports tech startup located in London, England.
Mariam Kapanadze '19 is an advisor intern at the United Nations in New York City, where she focuses on events with the Economic and Social Council and tackling science, sustainability and more.
Marcus Witherspoon ’20 wanted to study international business and play football at a school with state-of-the-art athletics facilities. At Dickinson, he found all of this and more.
Jake Saltzberg ’20 wanted to study business, but he also wanted the benefits of a global education. Dickinson’s distinctive major in international business & management was a perfect fit.
Meet Jasmin Lopez ’19, a tour guide and student project manager whose internship experience led her to perform original research in Italy.
Graduating senior accepted into graduate program at Fordham University's Gabelli School of Business.
Agustin “Gus” Umanzor ’12, a former IB&M major and student-athlete, can cross hiking the 2,000-mile Appalachian Trail off his bucket list, and he thanks fellow Dickinsonians for making it possible.
“We heard inspiring stories, collected data, and helped to advertise the summit and educate the public." Students research social-justice/health care issue, help promote event centered on solutions.
Meet Hoang Nguyen ’19, a double major in international business & management and economics who put his passion for numbers to work for a Hanoi startup and plans to pursue a career in data science.
Graduating seniors secure jobs at Wells Fargo, Selective Insurance, Enterprise Knowledge, IBM, Aetna and more.
A panel including a New York Times Journalist and a Columbia University professor will discuss the future of virtual reality.
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