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Dickinson will pilot a new program in Washington, D.C., where policy, advocacy, technology, the arts, media and foreign relations all meet.
With COVID-19 preventing students from around the globe from returning to campus, Dickinson exports the campus experience overseas.
Students find an array of opportunities on the 80 acres that make up Dickinson's organic farm.
The Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring earns recognition for its work in community engagement.
Dickinson has created a new tenure-track position in Native American studies thanks in part to a $210,000 grant from the Creating Connections Consortium.
Complementing majors across the curriculum, the new minor in ethics is as timely as it is vital.
Virtual sessions on sustainability aim to educate and mobilize the Dickinson community.
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.
Anthropology and French & Francophone studies double-major Bevin McDevitt '20 discusses the cultural immersion and intensive language study of the Dickinson in France study-abroad program.
From philosophy to food systems, classes will run the academic gamut.
East Asian studies major Rocco Cartusciello '20 discusses the cultural immersion, academic rigor and personalized support he found in Dickinson's yearlong study-abroad program in China.
“I was able to immerse myself in not just one culture but actually in two,” says Alana Richards ’20, who had a bilingual winery internship in Mendoza, Argentina, while abroad for a full year.
An exploration of the Clarke Forum’s dynamic programming throughout the past 25 years, from discussions on human rights and sexuality to environmentalism and leadership—and everything in between.
Symposium offers class of 2019 science majors the rare chance to meet with Nobel laureates.
Julie Vastine ’03 has been named to a nationwide body with broad reach in water-monitoring initiatives.
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