Research from Dickinson's Department of Political Science indicates local election workers are conducting their work responsibly and without bias.
“Public education should not be a place where we restrict learning. We want to encourage students to love learning and seek out more information," says George Stroud, VP & dean of student life.
Dickinson's student-ambassador position was created in 2003 to strengthen town-gown partnerships and deepen student involvement. Twenty years in, the newest ambassador shares the impactful results.
The designation by Campus Vote Project and NASPA for promoting political engagement follows recognition in previous years.
The Forum on Education Abroad has named Dickinson the 2022 recipient of the Award for Advancing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Education Abroad.
Bicyclists of all ages are invited to join a community ride around Carlisle’s Northside neighborhood.
The artists behind the song cycle recounting the painful history and legacy of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School will discuss their project at Dickinson.
Dickinson changes the name of an important new initiative. Here's why that speaks volumes about the vital work ahead.
As a Community Engagement Fellow, Tiara McKinney ’25 helps local middle- and high-school students thrive. Her essay on being a Black international student was published in an anthology.
Students analyzed data, interviewed nonprofit leaders and surveyed guests at seven food banks, deliver public report.
In a keynote address for the Judicial Independence Benefit, President Jones highlights the urgent need to foster civil dialogue and a distinctive program that equips students with those vital skills.
"I like the small classes and the close-knit community," says economics major Harry Huy Do '24. "At Dickinson, professors are happy to talk."
Volunteers welcome students to an on-campus polling site, and political science students conduct exit polling during Election Day 2022.
The case involves the so-called "independent state legislature" theory and could impact elections.
Grace MacDougall '24 was among 70 student-leaders from across the U.S. who met with Vice President Kamala Harris and discussed the effects of the Dobbs decision on college-age communities.
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