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.
From philosophy to food systems, classes will run the academic gamut.
“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.
Science majors present research on subjects ranging from glaciovolcanism to acute myeloid leukemia.
With 13 awardees and 20 semifinalists, Dickinson celebrates continued Fulbright success with its most impressive year ever.
The Quantitative Reasoning Center helps students navigate mathematical concepts.
Students translate humorous texts by well-known German writer-performer in advance of dynamic public reading.
Dickinson sends its second-largest class ever to study under Oxford’s tutoring system.
Students attended a climate-change conference in Nepal, interviewed dozens of villagers about climate change and presented their findings on sustainability and resilience both in Nepal and on campus.
Julia Olson visits Dickinson to discuss landmark climate-change lawsuit.
Students share brief presentations on ethical issues ranging from artificial intelligence to mass incarceration, jumpstarting thoughtful discussion among attendees.
The internationally acclaimed music ensemble visits Dickinson as part of an artistic residency that included a choir workshop, classroom discussions and individual instruction with students.
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