With a strong background in library science, digital scholarship and higher-ed administration, Amy Ward will begin work as dean of library sciences on Aug. 1.
This weekend, our nation will celebrate Juneteenth, a day that marks the end of slavery in this country. Check out resources and events related to this important holiday.
"I want to ensure that incredible future Dickinsonians can have the same support I had."
"Dickinson enabled me to work in my dream field on my own terms," says Devon Nykaza Stuart ’01. Learn more about how Dickinson helped Stuart forge a successful career.
“I love the way Dickinson makes each student a priority,” says Elsa Hritz ’25, a scholarship awardee, math and data analytics double major, and a ballerina who’s learning to fly private planes.
Learn more about Chris Althouse '24, a Benjamin Rush Scholar and Italian studies major who interned at an Italian-American newspaper.
Dickinson welcomed alumni back to campus for the 2022 Alumni Weekend, June 10-12. This video highlights a few special moments from this well-loved campus event.
The donor-funded project will transform the college’s Historic President’s House into a new space deepening alumni and family engagement with the college and its students.
“I want my gift to light a spark and encourage others. ... This place helps you live the life you’ve imagined!” Meet PR pro Ross Kleinberg ’92, a dedicated reunion and DAVS volunteer.
Dickinson is bringing together alumni, parents and friends this June to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Title IX and provide vital support for current and future Red Devil women.
Former psychology major Amy Hudock ’17 shares all that Residence Life & Housing has to offer at Dickinson.
A slate of high-profile alumni business leaders will return to campus to inspire the next generation of Dickinsonians.
The project opens a window to LGBTQ+ history in Pennsylvania.
Meet George Thorp '25, a Red Devils football player who majors in computer science and data analytics and minors in math.
Former economics major Bram Zeigler ’93 started the non-profit Capitalists for Shared Income to aid public charities that work with people living in poverty.
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