The Knowledge for Freedom Program aims to provide opportunity for low-income and first-generation college-bound students.
With 35 years of experience in higher education and arts administration under her belt, the former history major oversees works from more than 200 years of the nation’s artists and art communities.
Rutgers University president and prominent historian Jonathan Holloway will deliver Dickinson’s annual J. Howard Wert Lecture.
Meet Mary Ritter ’23, who’s volunteered in Bologna, Italy, tackled internships in two states and researched imperial board games and toys in fascist Italy.
The college observes Women's History Month with a variety of educational and inspirational events celebrating the vital role of women in American history.
Meet Emilio Gurany '25, a history and music double major, jazz musician, RA, tutor, and teaching assistant who's exploring a career in law.
Alumni Global Adventures are extraordinary opportunities to learn from Dickinson experts as you explore exciting destinations. Here are the trips we're planning for 2023.
Meet Kaileigh McNellis ’23, a history major, musician and student leader who’s active on campus and in the local community.
Working through the Center for Sustainability Education, Dickinson student researchers examine and diagnose local greenhouse gas emissions and their effects.
Graduating seniors earn acceptances to the University of Denver Publishing Institute, University of Southern California Gould School of Law, and other graduate schools.
Samuel Lavine ’22 is a history major, Baird Sustainability Fellow and Center for Sustainability Education intern who will enter the master’s program at the Columbia Climate School next fall.
'Supercool' and its executive producers come to campus for a screening and discussion on April 20.
The Knowledge for Freedom program aims to provide opportunity for low-income and first-generation college-bound students.