Dickinson is remote for the fall. Prospective students may contact our admissions office and schedule a visit. Campus buildings are closed. Face coverings are required on campus.
Admitted students craft individualized visit schedules during Made-to-Order program
Heather Lingenfelter Ditillo ’92 works to eradicate poverty by empowering communities.
The assistant professor of sociology discusses his work as a civil-rights advocacy scholar.
To celebrate 14 years of service from President William G. Durden '71 and Elke Durden, Dickinson is naming April "Distinctively Durden Month."
Baird Sustainability Fellows Program candidates probe Michael Shellenberger's provocative environmental stance.
Congratulations to the 23 Red Devils who were named to All-Centennial Conference (CC) teams for the spring 2013 season.
In matters of national security, no news is generally good news, so when an official from the Department of Homeland Security comes calling, they inevitably kick up a flurry of anxiety.
Young alumni build networks in China and beyond.
English 404 workshop gives students an intensive writing and editing experience.
Although occasional drizzle drove gathered friends, family and graduates to seek shelter under umbrellas and rain ponchos, the 2013 Commencement ceremony went off as planned Sunday.
Prof. Chuck Barone honored at Commencement.
The associate professor of international business & management (IB&M) shares the formula for a useful business education and how wine changed his teaching focus.
Joseph Sestak, a former three-star admiral and congressman, has been named as the 2013-14 recipient of the General Omar N. Bradley Chair in Strategic Leadership.
Overachieving is what Reeves Whalen ’02 does, and he does it well.
Nobel Prize-winning poet and playwright to hold residency in spring
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