Research from Dickinson's Department of Political Science indicates local election workers are conducting their work responsibly and without bias.
“Dickinson has inspired, motivated and challenged me to be the best version of myself,” says Myra Naqvi '25, an award-winning runner and ROTC member who researched the Russia-Ukraine war.
“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.
Jordyn Ney ’23 begins her service as the college's 13th Young Alumni Trustee.
“Because of my rough childhood, I wanted help kids and families.” Meet lawyer/community leader Aaron Swift ’07 and learn about his inspiring journey to success.
President John E. Jones ’77, P’11, joins a diverse group of thought leaders, including national pollster Frank Luntz and representative from around the country to discuss the upcoming 2024 election.
“It’s a lot of work, but it’s really fun.” Students conduct fieldwork in Germany as part of an innovative program on global sustainability and the transition to green energy.
Political science majors to serve in the U.S. Army and accepted to graduate schools including the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics.
The college's long history of Fulbright success continues as a recent graduate and three seniors receive grants for one of the world's most prestigious international exchange programs.
Dickinson will host a panel of experts to discuss the current situation in Ukraine.
Dickinson hosts a conversation on defending democracy with the nonpartisan, nonprofit civic action organization Keep Our Republic.
“Dickinson's education allowed me to enter rooms where real decisions are made,” says Louis-David Kakou ’23, a political-science major who interned at UNESCO in Paris.
From her office in Comcast's Philadelphia headquarters, the former political science major works tirelessly for Comcast, and the community.
The former political science major works with the city’s wide-ranging religious community for the common good.
Political science major Anne Fisher-Henson ’24 studies community and economic development in rural areas.
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