Dickinson's reimagined study-abroad opportunity focuses on ethical global engagement, sustainability, and inclusion and equity through the lens of the local Cameroonian context.
Dickinsonians from across a wide professional spectrum pass on lessons to the next generation of leaders.
Double major earns a 2023 Goldwater Scholarship, one of the most prestigious awards for undergraduate students in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering.
Every 2023-24 Dickinson applicant has been accepted into the Visiting Student Programme at Oxford University’s Mansfield College, one of the most selective abroad programs in higher education.
With $800,000 in funding from the Mellon Foundation, Dickinson will launch a center and academic program in Native American and Indigenous studies.
With leukemia in the crosshairs, two Dickinson professors will spend two years training students for a future in medicine and biomedical research.
Meet Christian Gonzalez '24, a computer science major who interned with the College Farm to help develop a website that helps farms earn organic certification.
Biochemistry & molecular biology major Conor Wagner ’24 discusses his plans to become a physician, the international field-research Mosaic course that yielded meaningful insights, and more.
With a double major in German and anthropology and coursework in health studies, Sofia Perrone is gearing up for a career that taps her interests in medical anthropology, global cultures and policy.
After learning what it takes to be a successful global entrepreneur, students traveled to Germany to see excellence and innovation in action and to meet German business innovators and leaders.
Dickinson College Farm Works reopens Monday, Aug. 29, once again bringing farm-fresh fare to downtown Carlisle! Plus, mark your calendar for a reopening celebration on Friday, Sept. 23.
Funded by a major grant, the Civil Dialogue Across the Curriculum, Campus & Community program aims to help students develop, and practice, crucial skills for a diverse, globalized world.
Eleven students researched end-of-life issues and care in the Netherlands during spring break. What they learned was surprising, and it may enhance their future lives and careers.
Since 1977, the award has recognized an elite group of future leaders dedicated to service.
Students in literature and intro computer-science classes teamed up to digitally analyze classic texts through an innovative digital humanities project.
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