Former geology major Alexandra-Selene Jarvis ’10 strives to solve the world’s environmental challenges as she researches options for renewable energy storage and recovery.
"With the encouragement from my professors, friends and family, I am now able to finally achieve my goals," says Ruby Ngo ’22. Learn how Ngo is overcoming obstacles to chase her dreams at Dickinson.
Meet Tao Xu ’21, a Student Senate officer, tour guide and scholarship awardee from China who’s interned at two medical colleges so far.
“I love the opportunities Dickinson has provided," says Ernest Entsie ’21, a Ghana native who has studied history in Rwanda, interned in Italy and explored careers in New York City.
With COVID-19 preventing students from around the globe from returning to campus, Dickinson exports the campus experience overseas.
“I was impressed by the openness and helpfulness of all Dickinson faculty.” Meet Annie Le ’22, a quantitative econ major from Vietnam.
Guoxuan "Allan" Chi '20 found his academic niche at the intersection of computer science and psychology. Learn more about his lab internship at UC Berkeley, his perfect study-abroad course and more.
Class of ’22 members Julia Barone, Julia Chandler, Mohala Kaliebe, Tra Pham, Linh Nguyen and Erin Lowe will enroll in the highly competitive Mansfield Visiting Student Program at Oxford University.
An international student from Vietnam, Nhi Ly ’22 (women's, gender & sexuality studies, Chinese) discusses what brought her to Dickinson and the cultural organizations that keep her connected to home.
An international student, an international sport, an international love for the game: Meet tennis standout Leo Sorkin ’22.
Six international students offer an inside look at their Dickinson experience.
Find out why computer science and mathematics major Ngan "Elly" Do '22 says, “being a Dickinsonian ... helps me discover that I am able to do much more than I expect."
International business & management major Matei Mares ’21 co-founded a nonprofit that helps international high school students prepare for college in the U.S.
Discover how Hannah Heiring ’20 and Oosie Imoro ’21 balance their Dickinson experience as two-sport athletes.
“Dickinson helped me find my true passion for science and for helping people,” says Ashir Borah ’19, who’ll soon join the MIT/Harvard Broad Institute as a computational biologist.
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