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.
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.
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.
Dickinson College students, faculty and special guests will perform a quartet of concerts in February.
During the 2019-20 winter break, more than 120 Dickinson students took advantage of externships at a wide variety of organizations, including ESPN, the EPA, Lyft and JPMorgan Chase.
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."
From learning Japanese to tackling the rigors of college writing at Dickinson, find out why Ben Norris '23 says, "it’s good to be challenged."
Dickinson’s Department of Art & Art History is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the Sylvia J. Smith Artist-in-Residence Program with a special exhibition.
The public is invited to The Trout Gallery for “Twilight at the Trout,” a series of lectures and family activities related to current exhibitions and works of art.
This spring's public arts events include three major anniversary celebrations, the first staged Dickinson opera in two decades and thought-provoking social-justice works. See video to learn more.
Bestselling author and scholar of history and international relations Ibram X. Kendi will discuss ways to understand, explain and solve the seemingly intractable problems of racial inequality.
Lynn Pasquerella, president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, will discuss civic engagement and American educational institutions in a lecture at Dickinson.
In this podcast, we look at how Dickinsonians are charting a course for a financially fit future with the First-Year Seminar called Paying the Game of Life.
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