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.
Olivia Harper Wilkins '15 discusses her current research as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at Caltech, where she studies astrochemistry.
Former law & policy major Llamilet Gutierrez ’09 provides trauma-informed services to victims of sex trafficking as the executive director for Amara Legal Center.
Michael Floreck ’95 promotes an interdisciplinary approach to the sciences as the agriculture and science supervisor for Cumberland Valley School District.
Keith Wilson '89, co-founder/director of Cranberry Capital and CFO of Sweetwater Energy, learned to pursue his dreams, be nimble in the face of change and make a difference at Dickinson.
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