Nobel Prize-winning astrophysicist meets with students and discusses his nearly 30 years of work as the senior project scientist on the groundbreaking James Webb Space Telescope.
FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell will deliver Dickinson's Commencement address on May 21.
Dickinson has made a pledge to engage students, faculty, staff and members of nearby communities in learning about climate change risks and how to adapt to be more resilient.
In this episode, we talk with Tony Boston, Dickinson’s inaugural chief diversity officer, and learn why he says, “Diversity, equity and inclusion work is for everyone.”
John Mather will receive Dickinson’s annual Joseph Priestley Award.
Thanks to the Durden's challenge gift, 500 Day of Giving scholarship gifts and 3,000 total gifts will unlock an additional $100,000 in scholarship funding.
National Fish & Wildlife Foundation funding allows ALLARM to begin a new project and continue another to protect and restore local waterways.
Are we dreaming? Students worked with the HawtPlates to create a convention-busting spring production, onstage April 2.
Thanks to the generosity of Sam Rose ’58, five students have received full-tuition scholarships to Dickinson.
The English department recently welcomed Sarah Blumenstock ’12 back to campus to present the 2023 Cogan Alumni Fellowship Talk.
Learn why Dickinson’s personalized approach to a liberal-arts education with close faculty mentorship is so powerful.
Halfway through her first official year as Dickinson's first lady, we chatted with Beth Jones P'11 about her life, her family, her fresh approach to her role, women and philanthropy, and more.
The alumni's Legacy Automotive Capital Real Estate Fund focuses on growing its auto finance business in cities with NFL franchises.