Meet Gabi Morichi ’25, an a cappella singer and aspiring music therapist who’s currently conducting a study on the benefits of music programs on local dementia patients.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni will gather on and off campus to celebrate the achievements of Black Americans and recognize their important roles in history and society.
Ada Limón will receive Dickinson's Stellfox Visiting Scholars & Writers Program Award.
“Dickinson's education allowed me to enter rooms where real decisions are made,” says Louis-David Kakou ’23, a political-science major who interned at UNESCO in Paris.
Two Dickinson professors earn a $350,000 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant to reimagine the study of disability and equity across the curriculum.
Dickinson's new Winter Break Career Pathways Program brought 30 students to Google's NYC offices to meet with alumni working there and learn how to carve a successful career in tech.
With leukemia in the crosshairs, two Dickinson professors will spend two years training students for a future in medicine and biomedical research.
This spring, Dickinson arts departments explore dream worlds; immigrant, Indigenous and refugee experiences; a landmark work never before performed on campus; and much more.
Working with a group from Cambridge University, Professor of Physics Lars English publishes new research in 'Nature' journal 'Communication Physics.'
From her office in Comcast's Philadelphia headquarters, the former political science major works tirelessly for Comcast, and the community.
Amos Ek ’24 is a Russian-language major and avid gamer who studied abroad in the Czech Republic.
Meet Lilian Gittines ’24, an educational studies major who plays the violin in Dickinson’s string quartet.
The former political science major works with the city’s wide-ranging religious community for the common good.