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Dickinsonian attends White House meeting to discuss federal Paycheck Protection Program.
Posse Scholar Shakira Gonzalez Peña ’20 has interned for the D.C. mayor, researched the U.S. census, studied abroad in Spain, helped students register to vote and gotten involved in social causes.
Political science majors secure jobs in the U.S. Senate, consulting, public relations, the U.S. Army, teaching.
Dickinson's Fulbright success continues, with European research and teaching award.
Through Dickinson's Washington Center program, Macy Young '21 (law & policy, poly sci) works with the DC Bar Foundation and conducts original research on gentrification in our nation's capitol.
The New York Knicks have officially named former player agent Leon Rose ’83 as their new president, saying he will "oversee all basketball operations and personnel for the team."
A panel of five Dickinson professors representing a variety of disciplines and national backgrounds will address worldwide environmental activism and protest movements in different countries.
Rising star Tess Whittlesey '14 helps shape political narratives that could help shape a nation. Five years after graduation, she's worked Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff and Pete Buttigieg.
Judge Rosalyn Robinson ’68 has committed her life to service, and in November, family members, colleagues and Dickinsonians attended her ceremonial portrait unveiling following her retirement.
Dickinson students help measure greenhouse gas emissions for a study that will form the basis of a local climate action plan.
An exploration of how Dickinson prepares political science students for careers on Capitol Hill and beyond.
Dickinson women share experiences, inspirations and advice from the Hill and beyond.
Former political science and policy studies major Chris Neary ’06 uses skills honed on Capitol Hill to aid organizations improving underserved communities.
Former political science major J. Kenetha Laughman Hansen ’83 thrives in her dynamic and fast-paced career working for the York County Economic Alliance.
A panel of faculty experts will discuss the subject of impeachment from legal, political, ethical and media perspectives.
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