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.
Continuing Dickinson’s history of success, every applicant is accepted into the highly selective, yearlong program.
The seminar series explores the role of failure in contemporary culture while examining the concept through multidisciplinary lenses.
Plans are under way to construct a cutting-edge, sustainable learning, research and event facility at the College Farm. One year after the Farm Lab project launch, new developments are afoot.
Continuing more than a decade of success with the program, two more Dickinson students will cross the pond in the fall to immerse themselves in Oxford's tutorial system.
Exploration of a wide range of topics inspires impressive research papers and essays.
Interested students can now apply to Dickinson's recently announced master's program in managing complex disasters.
New interdisciplinary civic-education projects receive support this spring through Dickinson's Center for Civic Learning & Action.
Cecilia “Cece” Ribordy '22 becomes second Dickinsonian since 2018 to win one of just five annual fellowships
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