Take a look at how Dickinson faculty will bring the liberal arts to students across the nation and world in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Margee Ensign is one of four higher-ed leaders highlighted in a national panel discussion on COVID-19-era leadership and decision-making.
All summer, faculty have been hard at work learning the tools and strategies to bring the benefits of a liberal-arts education online this fall.
President Margee Ensign has sent the following update on the fall semester to the Dickinson community.
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.
During the COVID-19 crisis, Sarah Winkelman Bates ’03 and her 5th-grade Girl Scout daughter, Katie, have been making meals for a local organization called Caring for Friends.
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.
Student-life staff members pitch in to help students safely retrieve or secure the items they'd left behind after the campus closed because of COVID-19.
GeneOne CEO Young Park ’87 confronts COVID-19 as his biotech company fights the pandemic.
Students present original community-based research that includes creative, zero-waste approaches and a proposal to the Carlisle Borough Council.
Betts Slim '53 responds to the COVID-19 pandemic by leading a team of 50 volunteers to make 700 masks suitable for medical use.