Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
The John Dickinson Society (JDS) celebrates the more than 900 philanthropic leaders within our Dickinson community. This year has brought many opportunities for these alumni, parents and friends to learn, engage and connect with each other and the wider Dickinson community.
In Philadelphia, JDS members enjoyed lunch at the Barnes Foundation with Associate Professor of Art History Elizabeth Lee. In Chicago, members gathered for a private tour of East Asian art at the Art Institute of Chicago with Wei Ren, assistant professor of art & art history and Tamar and Emil ’53 Weiss Chair in Asian Art.
A bit farther away, members enjoyed a luncheon in Naples, Florida, hosted by George Hager ’78 and attended by Chair of the Board of Trustees John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, and Provost and Dean of the College Neil Weissman.
JDS members spent time on campus at a reception celebrating the 2020 Stellfox Award-winner, Roberto Saviano, prior to his public reading.
These are just a handful of examples of the kinds of exclusive opportunities available to members of the JDS.
Read more from the spring 2020 issue of Dickinson Magazine.
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Published May 13, 2020