From her first semester on campus, John Dickinson scholar Madeleine Gardner ’18 has distinguished herself academically and as an active volunteer.
Kevin Doyle ’16 is headed for a life in the foreign service, and his path is as clear as a road on a map.
A 3,500-mile photography trip to the wilds of Peru was more than an immersive research experience for environmental-science major Wesley Lickus ’17. It was the start of an ongoing adventure.
At Dickinson's College Farm, plant and animal waste is turned into biogas.
Policy major and Posse Scholar Frieda Adu-Brempong ’16 discusses social problem-solving and the Washington Center project that earned her a trip to Japan.
Ben Boyerinas ’03 charts a path from student-faculty research at Dickinson to the cutting edge of cancer immunotherapy.
A student-alumni team travels to Guam to research an invasive snake species with funding from the Department of Defense.
John Montgomery Scholar Liam Fuller ’17 discusses the decision to major in women’s & gender studies, student leadership and advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community.
Fred Kauffman ’77 left part of himself behind because of multiple sclerosis, but another part was waiting to be uncovered.
Monica Thapa '17 discusses what she learned in her most transformative class and during her health-studies internship working with the elderly.
With local law enforcement agencies, Dickinson's Department of Public Safety stages preparedness exercise.
While alumni from more than five generations reconnected and shared milestones during the 2015 Alumni Weekend, many also learned something new.
For Rosalyn Robinson '68, Dickinson, and the scholarships that made it possible, meant that hers would not be 'a dream deferred.'
Dickinson Scholar celebrates a booming inaugural year. See what's new with this growing digital repository of Dickinson scholarship.
How does climate change affect lake ecology? Max Egener ’16 and Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Kristin Strock are investigating.
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