Meet Lou Grossman ’73, a public-relations expert whose first-year seminar, combined with his experiences as a Bologna study-abroad student, transformed his worldview.
Former American studies major Brian Schwartz ’13 delves into the world of money and politics as a political finance reporter for CNBC.
More than 50 students majoring in everything from medieval & early modern studies to computer science are engaging in funded student-faculty research projects this summer.
Current students discuss residence halls, residence life and what to expect as a first-year student at Dickinson.
When it comes to planning for the future, Dickinson Director of Career Development Phil Jones stresses the importance of near-term goals.
Julie Vastine ’03, director of Dickinson’s Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM), has been appointed to the board of the Citizen Science Association.
Dickinson’s collection of accolades honoring its commitment to sustainability is growing again, this time thanks to College Magazine.
Eight Dickinsonians present their distinct views of the world through the Alumni Weekend art exhibition.
Dickinson earns gold in the Council for the Advancement & Support of Education's (CASE) 2018 Circle of Excellence Awards Program.
Meet Jasmin Lopez ’19, a tour guide and student project manager whose internship experience led her to perform original research in Italy.
George Stroud will join Dickinson as vice president for student life and dean of students on July 16.
Visiting International Scholar in Philosophy Jean-Pierre Karegeye unites his passions for teaching, research and service at Dickinson.
In a study of mice, Dickinson neuroscientists reveal possible connection between estradiol and anxiety during drug withdrawal.
“I’m not Superman. I just get up every morning, and I keep moving," says Jeff Cohen '79, who discusses how he thrived, personally and professionally, despite four bouts with cancer.
Former biology major Eric Johns ’09 aids patients in their recuperation as an acute rehabilitation physical therapist for Penn Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine.
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