Two years after establishing Dickinson's ACE Peer Mentor program, Christian Perry taps deep community ties as head of the Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity.
Associate Professor of Psychology Sharon Kingston co-leads a program to strengthen caregiver-child bonds and promote effective parenting strategies.
Author and journalism scholar Allissa Richardson will deliver this year's Morgan Lecture.
After a transformative overseas trip to Africa, Michael Eber '91 crafted a values-driven career that continues to evolve.
Entrepreneur Jill Graby Shuck '93 developed a baking program for a faith-based nonprofit that provides community and job skills to adults in Kenya.
Hear how Dickinson and the Carlisle Community Action Network founded by President Margee Ensign are leading a new public health initiative to fight the spread of COVID-19.
Because of COVID-19, children are missing out on the joy, friendships, confidence and skills that music education can bring. The winners of the Dickinson Civic Innovation Competition are here to help.
Dickinson College is among 12 colleges and universities participating in the state Department of Environmental Protection's Local Climate Action Program.
The pandemic has significantly changed the ways K-12 students learn, connect and gain support this fall. There's still time to enter your ideas to help local students thrive.
The Center for Civic Learning and Action launched a new internship program designed to match Dickinson student expertise with community needs.
President Margee Ensign highlights the important work of the Carlisle Community Action Network, particularly in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dickinson College and the Community Action Network (CAN) recently helped a local summer day camp provide academic enrichment and childcare for more than 70 local first- through third-graders.
The new Civic Action Internship program unlocks professional skills for the COVID-19 era. It also empowers students to lend a hand in the Carlisle community when help is needed most.
Carlisle’s Community Action Network (CAN), and two Dickinson leaders were lauded by the PA Humanities Council for remarkable community service during the pandemic.
Matthew Kness ’21 serves as a volunteer firefighter in New York during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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