Dickinson's food studies certificate program asks new questions with a classic liberal-arts twist.
A photographic journey through iconic eateries and new dining destinations.
Watch a video and learn more about Young Park '87, who's making medical history with the first human trial of a Zika vaccine.
Discover what our renowned faculty and dedicated staff have been up to, including publications, grants and awards.
After eight years as head chef with Dickinson Dining Services, Richie Rice has taken up the tongs as executive chef.
What kind of sandwich would you be? Last year, 13 faculty members answered that question as part of the new Faculty Sandwich Series.
No, not 2016, but 1856.
ALLARM celebrates 30 years of citizen science.
Hedvika Suchankova '19 is not afraid to let her passion for athletics take her around the globe.
Denise Bauer '85, dean of liberal arts and food studies at the Culinary Institute of America, shares her experience with building a liberal arts curriculum in an unexpected setting.
Michael Donnelly '02, Alumni Council president, challenges Dickinsonians to capitalize on their connections.
This November, Cross Country and Track and Field Coach Don Nichter will be inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.
Read the entire conversation from the food studies faculty roundtable.
Embracing Dickinson’s liberal-arts mission, software giant Epic Systems is home to a dozen alumni from diverse, and unexpected, disciplines.
Abolitionist and author Moncure Conway, class of 1849, inspires an international quest.
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