Assistant Professor of Philosophy Amy McKiernan offers insight into her work with the Ethics Across the Curriculum initiative.
Can avocados and other fruits hold the key to a clean drinking solution? Professor of Chemistry Cindy Samet '82 shows us how versatile and useful fruit peels are when it comes to polluted water.
President Margee Ensign reflects on her first year at the helm of Dickinson, which included the development of a new strategic framework that sets a bold course for the future.
The latest publications by Dickinson alumni include a photojournalistic look at America’s fight for equality and a fictional exploration of a revolutionary woman.
Alumni and students examine never-before-seen fossils and learn what they tell us about our planet’s changing climate during talks with experts and a private lab tour at the Field Museum.
Aine Shiel '19's internship at MassChallenge is valuable for multiple reasons: She's gaining relevant experience, building her leadership skills and expanding her professional network.
As an education intern at Earth Day Network, Madeleine Sagebiel '20 performs events research while creating and managing her own communications campaigns.
In response to a national public health crisis, Wade Berrettini ’73 presented research to Congress on the neuroscience behind opioid addiction.
Dickinson College alumni and parents can help current students jump-start their career development by hosting an externship this winter.
Rising senior Kyu Ri Hong '19 is a sales and marketing intern at TAGPAY, a sports tech startup located in London, England.
Having studied amphibious creatures at the University of Vermont as an intern, Josie Verter '19 is now working at The Sloth Institute in Costa Rica.
After completing his first year at Dickinson, Tao Xu '21 went to the University of Alabama for a hands-on internship working in the lab alongside leading experts and medical professionals.
An Earth Day Network internship gives Ariel Levin-Antila '21 an inside look at the impact and daily operations of an environmental nonprofit.
Mariam Kapanadze '19 is an advisor intern at the United Nations in New York City, where she focuses on events with the Economic and Social Council and tackling science, sustainability and more.
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