Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, Jacqueline Patterson, will discuss how environmental racism harms already disadvantaged populations.
A panel of experts will discuss the 1850 Fugitive Slave Law and how it might offer insight or perspective on the current immigration debate.
After networking with a Dickinson alumna, Thomas Riordan '20 found himself at Somerset Development as a manager of community gardens, where he helps educate and encourage the community.
UCLA’s Dr. Dale Bredesen will lecture on new approaches to treat Alzheimer’s.
Musician and refugee Emmanuel Nsingani will perform at Dickinson and discuss his music and journey to the US.
Linda Specht '82, P '20, sees the "intellectual resilience" she gained at Dickinson as the key to her successful foreign service career.
Alumni who turned their history majors into successful careers return to Dickinson to offer professional advice to students.
An internship in D.C. helped prepare Posse scholar David Ndreca '19 for high-level foreign-policy research and presented opportunities to meet U.S. senators and the prime minister of Greece.
The best internship experiences occur when interns can really gain a real-world perspective. That's the case for Coulter Chute '18, intern for the Massachusetts State Police, Special Operations Unit.
GOP insiders and leaders explore what it means to be a Republican in today’s widely divided political atmosphere.
During his summer internship with L.L. Bean, Sam Lorenzo '18 got a real-world glimpse into the realm of retail marketing with one of the largest outdoor retailers in the world.
As an ad sales and marketing intern at Discovery Communications, Mitchell Andres '18 is getting a broad view of communications work.
Award-winning political scientist Lester Spence will discuss the causes and consequences of President Donald Trump’s election.
Political science professor and international relations expert Doug Stuart shares recommendations for the new administration.
No one should have to navigate an important decision without a map. One professor is helping patients and families work through a tough question we all, eventually, face: What to do at end of life.
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