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Discover how Vincent Paterson ’72, a globally renowned choreographer-director, orchestrated some of the most iconic pop-music moves in the 1980s and ’90s.
Former art & art history major Hilary Smith ’06 found her niche in the art world as a recruiting and admissions officer for Christie’s Education.
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.
Pete Taft ’73 draws from his experiences in news reporting, magazine writing and business communications to share the most important tips he’s learned along the way.
National physics associations honors Natalie Ferris ’18 for work she did as a Dickinson senior.
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.
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.
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