Meet Sloane Butler ’23, a political science major, who served an internship with a federal judge this summer.
Internationally known climate scientists, ecologists, agronomists, economists, policymakers and other experts on climate change risks and responses will gather at Dickinson.
To play American football at the collegiate level, more than a dozen students from around the world have come to Dickinson and suited up on this season's squad.
As a philosophy major, Alexander Rojek ’25 revels in life’s big questions. He puts what he's learning into action as a Community Engagement Fellow and tutor.
"We want the spirit of the place to keep going." It takes a village to build the John M. Paz '78 Alumni & Family Center. For two donors, personal experience makes the project even more meaningful.
The Nobel Prize winner is the senior astrophysicist in the Observational Cosmology Laboratory at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center and senior project scientist on the James Webb Space Telescope.
Michael Pappas '83, executive director of the San Francisco Interfaith Council, will explore the importance of faith-based institutions in community organizing and addressing community needs.
The Dickinson Forward Tour is bringing President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, to communities across the United States to unveil his vision for the college’s future.
During the month of October, The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues will welcome speakers to Dickinson to focus on global issues and matters closer to home.
Five student-leaders in Dickinson's class of 2026 are staking a claim in the college's history books as Dickinson's inaugural Reynolds Scholars.
Tom ’78 and Judianne Hare P’22 support
the Red Devil student-athlete experience.
Tara Fischer '02 discusses how parents can best support their students through advising and course selection.
With offerings in data and tech, finance, communications and consulting, Dickinson's new three-week career-immersion experience brings students to the cutting edge.
Dickinson raises over $300,000 on Giving Tuesday, an annual global celebration of philanthropy.
Professor of Computer Science John MacCormick explains how Google’s cofounders used math to beat the competition and change the way we interact with information.
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