Attendees can also register to participate in a companion workshop on information and media literacy in times of conflict.
Rose Walters Prize winner Tara Houska discusses how communities like Dickinson can make a profound difference in the fight to protect the Earth, its people and our natural resources.
Dickinson performers, artists and writers will present an array of compelling public events this fall. Get ready for these exciting events.
Students started their college careers with a bang, thanks to Dickinson's Pre-Orientation: Explore More Adventures program.
Polish your LinkedIn profile. Talk to professors and professionals. Take pride in the little things. Follow up. Students interning at top orgs like Google, the NIH and the WNBA offer candid advice.
Alumni of the department return for a three-day celebration to impart words of wisdom and share career and life experiences with current students.
Two finance veterans with decades of experience between them return to campus to speak with students about opportunities at the storied firm.
The athletics-focused week of celebration was filled with activities and events to keep everyone entertained.
Nobel Prize-winning astrophysicist meets with students and discusses his nearly 30 years of work as the senior project scientist on the groundbreaking James Webb Space Telescope.
The weeklong series of events hosted by the Women’s & Gender Resource Center celebrates our bodies in all of their diversity.
The spring Activities Fair presents countless opportunities for students to make Dickinson their own.
This spring, Dickinson arts departments explore dream worlds; immigrant, Indigenous and refugee experiences; a landmark work never before performed on campus; and much more.
As a Community Engagement Fellow, Tiara McKinney ’25 helps local middle- and high-school students thrive. Her essay on being a Black international student was published in an anthology.
With offerings in data and tech, finance, communications and consulting, Dickinson's new three-week career-immersion experience brings students to the cutting edge.
The current U.S. Poet Laureate will serve a campus residency in February 2023, giving a public lecture and meeting with students.
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