Bestselling author and scholar of history and international relations Ibram X. Kendi will discuss ways to understand, explain and solve the seemingly intractable problems of racial inequality.
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.
The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues at Dickinson College will welcome three guest speakers in November to discuss a broad range of issues.
A panel of experts will discuss the current state of Brexit, the British effort to leave the European Union.
In his first internship, Ethan Johnson '22 is gaining valuable experience working for the U.S. Department of Treasury.
Texas native Odalis Almendarez Pina ’20 traveled a long way to Dickinson, and since coming to campus, she’s traveled even more.
Graduating seniors secure jobs in politics and education and are accepted into graduate programs at Cornell, New York Law School and other institutions.
Dickinson will host a panel of experts to discuss the racism that exists in the Americas despite the growth of multiracial populations.
Author and scholar of government and politics, Lilliana Mason, will discuss social stratification in the U.S. in a lecture at Dickinson.
Rowan Humphries ’19 is getting a firsthand understanding of international conflict management through internships with a D.C. think tank and the Department of State.
New research by a Dickinson College political scientist suggests Congress members' use of Instagram signals an important future change in the way younger members communicate with constituents.
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