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Meet Lilly Zeitlin ’21, whose interest in studying institutional inequalities led her to conduct original research in India focusing on how urban and industrial development impacts rural communities.
"There are so many people here that want to and will help you succeed,” says Liam Pauli ’21, a student-athlete who interned in a local hospital and plans a career in medicine.
“I love that I can invest myself in the science I am passionate about, surrounded by supportive professors,” says Sophie Kivlehan ’21, who researches cancer and plays in Dickinson's orchestra.
Meet Kate Erfle ’21, who's research merging art and math was accepted for publication by an international conference and who created a dynamic intranet site through an immersive internship.
Meet Mohala Kaliebe ’22, an English major, tutor, singer and Mermaid Player who will study abroad at Oxford next year.
“I saw an opportunity to combine two things I love most: my family and baseball,” says Patrick Davis ’20, who organized an annual baseball game to benefit autism awareness.
As a waste-minimization intern through Dickinson’s Center for Sustainability Education, Kendra Beaver ’20 has learned about sustainability while making an impact.
Posse Scholar Shakira Gonzalez Peña ’20 has interned for the D.C. mayor, researched the U.S. census, studied abroad in Spain, helped students register to vote and gotten involved in social causes.
"Dickinson provided me with the best mentors," says Justina Warnick ’20, who researched neurodegenerative disease and addiction and will attend med school on full scholarship.
Guoxuan "Allan" Chi '20 found his academic niche at the intersection of computer science and psychology. Learn more about his lab internship at UC Berkeley, his perfect study-abroad course and more.
Matthew Kness ’21 serves as a volunteer firefighter in New York during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“There is nothing better than earning what you and your teammates worked so hard to achieve," says Julie Siecinski ’21, an All-American Scholar-Athlete and international business & management major.
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.
Meet Julia Chandler ’22, an English and medieval & early modern studies double major who is one of six students recently accepted into the Mansfield Visiting Student Program at Oxford.
Meet Sam Waltman '20, a history and education double major who has earned the Edward W. Pell Graduate Collections Fellowship at Fort Ticonderoga.
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