Parents of members of the class of 2016 reflect on Dickinson's impact on their graduates.
Before coming to campus, Leah Wachsmuth ’19 volunteered and worked in Malaysia, Tanzania, Sri Lanka and Germany. Discover the experience that crystallized her career path and why she's a Dickinsonian.
Interdisciplinary summer Mosaic course examines the human response to disaster, from Pennsylvania to New Jersey to Japan.
Meet Jake Beley ’18, a varsity swimmer and computer science major with a passion for art, nature conservation and the great outdoors.
Samantha Brandauer ’95 named associate provost and executive director of the Center for Global Study and Engagement.
Students investigate the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during four-week trip to Israel and the West Bank.
It’s hot work collecting samples of volcanic rock in the Caribbean summer sun, but the work is rewarding, say two earth sciences majors who conducted grant-funded research in Guadeloupe.
Plans and stats on a new design for a solar-air heater, created by a physics professor and two young alumni, are published in the newest issue of "Solar Energy."
Dickinson is recognized once again as Fit-Friendly Workplace by the American Heart Association.
Exhibition at Dickinson’s Trout Gallery looks at West African culture.
Get inspired with Joojo Ocran ’17 as he helps spread the word about universal technology and internet access through a summer internship with the national nonprofit EveryoneOn.
Learn about Emma Caplan '19 (international studies) and her summer internship, through which she "met people who are doing amazing work in communities all around the globe."
Daniel Becker '17 discusses his experiences as communications intern for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
An internship at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is teaching Kara Schwartz '19 how to turn her passion into success.
Dickinson College Children’s Center teacher receives prestigious national teaching award.
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