For the English department’s annual Cogan Alumni Fellowship, Rev. Annie Lockhart-Gilroy ’97 shares her journey from English major to minister, scholar and womanist practical theologian.
Former law & policy major Scott Hackett-Dalgliesh ’07 used the multifaceted skills garnered from his Dickinson education to land his dream job as a college lacrosse coach.
When Valerie Gaydos ’89 entered the Pennsylvania House of Representatives this fall, she brought an entrepreneurial spirit and a well-rounded, liberal-arts education to her new role.
As a news anchor for NBC Connecticut, former English major Kevin Nathan ’90 tells the stories that inform and inspire.
Using his acting training at Dickinson, Vincent Paterson '72 created a career as a globally acclaimed choreographer who's worked with superstars in music, film and live theatre.
Martha Lester Harris ’77 credits Dickinson’s liberal-arts education for her ability to adapt to new technology, new markets, new roles and new challenges.
Find out how Dickinson's well-rounded, globally focused liberal-arts education helped Cathy Skula '93 become the executive vice president of franchising for Rent-A-Center.
Ben Tiede ’05, former double-major in biology and biochemistry & molecular biology, tackles the issues of global health, public policy and advocacy at Johnson & Johnson.
After retiring from a corporate career, singer Kathryn Engle '71 got back to her first love, the stage.
“Education can be a great equalizer, and it’s something that cannot be taken away," says Elvin Rawlins '73, who recently established a Dickinson scholarship fund.
Former theatre arts major Shamus “Hunter” McCarty promotes social change as an actor, producer and director.
Eric Johns ’09, a physical therapist for Good Shepherd Penn Partners and Moss Rehab and a teaching assistant at Drexel University, discusses an eye-opening trip to Malawi in October 2017.
To see the value of Dickinson College’s broad-based liberal arts and sciences education in action, look no further than Trevor Cohen ’12, managing editor at Google.
"Dickinson’s liberal-arts education has shaped me into the person I am today, a global citizen," says Soo Min Kim ’18, who is striving to promote body positivity as the reigning Miss Korea 2018.
Holly Petraeus '74, P'04, discusses how a Dickinson French major became assistant director at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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