A look back and forward, at Dickinson and beyond, during this anniversary year.
The new funding allows the project to proceed to phase two, which includes architectural rendering of the physical space.
Volunteers welcome students to an on-campus polling site, and political science students conduct exit polling during Election Day 2022.
Leah Goldberg ’23 is Japanese and computer science double major who's conducted original research on machine learning and physiological signal processing in AI.
In recent weeks, Dickinson has welcomed visiting artists to campus to serve impactful residencies. Here's why that's so important for our arts students and for the whole college community.
The accolade follows another year of honors recognizing Dickinson’s
international leadership in sustainability education and campus operations.
Women’s volleyball hosts playoffs this week, while men’s soccer heads to Johns Hopkins and women’s soccer has a bye week.
Returning to Dickinson as the college’s vice president for finance & administration and chief financial officer (CFO) this fall, David Walker has one thing on his mind—growth.
President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, and Beth Jones P’11 recently made a gift to support Dickinson’s work in fostering a culture of civility, diversity, equity and inclusion on campus and beyond.
Dickinson’s immersive theatrical and dance-infused production of ‘Mother Courage’ takes audiences across campus to experience a timeless story with resonance for the war in Ukraine.
The former physics major followed her gut to a leadership role in tech giant IBM's quantum community.
“Studying immunology in the midst of the COVID pandemic has made for especially relevant lessons,” says Galil Cohen ’23, a biochemistry & molecular biology major and a Red Devil soccer player.
As an intern with Slow Food USA, Marina Stylianou ’24 helped promote biodiversity, Indigenous foodways and diversified diets and a mission of providing good, clean food for all.
“Working on a trading floor is incredibly exciting and energizing,” says Chris Brandau ’23, a lacrosse team captain who will work at Morgan Stanley after graduation.
Mary Howe ’23 has conducted student-faculty research and served a summer internship in Germany.
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