As senior account executive at Twitter, Alex Osberg ’09 helps major brands like Pepsi, Oreo and Hershey promote themselves through social media.
As a sixth grader, Kelly Rogers ’10 knew she wanted to work in government and policy. Today, this young alumna has already played a very large part in developing legislation that is now law.
Lindsey Wakeman Officer ’09 returns to campus from NYC and ‘Marie Claire’ as the 2016 Cogan Fellow.
Chad Mirkin ’86 honored once again for his pioneering work in nanotechnology.
Devy Emperador ’08 uses the "breadth and depth" of her Dickinson education to take on infectious disease.
Meet Susan Ellingwood ’87, editor of The New York Times’ Room for Debate.
Matty Dalrymple ’85 reflects on her dual passions, flying and writing, and how they inform each other.
One of President Obama's newest appointees is Ann Calvaresi Barr '82, inspector general of the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Former biochemistry & molecular biology major Jason Yi '01 has made a life of the sciences, and now his sights are set on studying autism.
When opportunity knocked for Godwin Pumps founder John Paz ’78, he answered the call and his Dickinson education helped him turn that opportunity into a multimillion-dollar company.
Dale Horn '95 graduated with a biology degree but found his niche in wealth management.
Martha Church ’74 is the director of the West Hartford Public Library, a career that puts her right where she wants to be.
Tom DiBiagio ’82 taps into his Dickinson network for the greater good.
New moms Amy Datsko Kuebler ’03 and Nicole Salemno Levy ’03 share Dickinson memories in between naps and childcare advice.
Christopher Wildeman ’02 has found his niche studying the impact of mass incarceration on childhood inequality.
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