Dickinson has made the decision to move classes online for the rest of the semester. The campus is not open to visitors until further notice.
Dickinson's equestrian team competes at the Tournament of Champions among a number of nationally recognized teams.
The honor from the Carnegie Foundation recognizes the college’s commitment to collaboration with community partners.
"Every dollar that we give allows Dickinson to do more. Whether it’s lowering barriers for more students, building new dorms, or supporting our athletic teams, we have an obligation to give back"
Tour guide, equestrian and biology major Hannah Findling ’20 has worked with elephants, snorkeled the Great Barrier Reef, completed gopher tortoise burrow surveys and researched snakes.
Dickinson's 2020 Alumni Global Adventure trips bring lifelong learners to evocative sites in the American Southwest and Eastern Europe, led by faculty subject experts and local guides.
Anthropology and French & Francophone studies double-major Bevin McDevitt '20 discusses the cultural immersion and intensive language study of the Dickinson in France study-abroad program.
Dickinson welcomes renowned psychosexual therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer to present the college’s annual Poitras-Gleim Lecture.
Find out how all-conference linebacker and ROTC scholar James Turner ’20, has brought together his passions for athletics, history, poetry and education at Dickinson.
From philosophy to food systems, classes will run the academic gamut.
Gabrielle Russo '06, Catherine Campbell '12 and Greg Leak '10 have earned invitations to the upcoming Olympic trials.
A Dickinson Magazine feature, a video and a photography compilation all earned honors in the competition.
Study led by Associate Professor of Biology Scott Boback shows radio telemetry coupled with visual surveys is a powerful method of detecting the brown treesnake on Guam and preventing its takeover.
What climate-change clues can we find in Arctic lakes? A student-faculty research team breaks new ground, studying intricate microbial systems that alter carbon levels.
Retired U.S. Army Colonel Gary Steele, the first African American to play varsity football at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, will discuss leadership during a special lecture at Dickinson.
East Asian studies major Rocco Cartusciello '20 discusses the cultural immersion, academic rigor and personalized support he found in Dickinson's yearlong study-abroad program in China.
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