“I wanted to be part of an institution where sustainability is at the forefront,” says Kay Davis-Lorton ’23. Learn more about why she chose Dickinson and why her semester abroad was "amazing."
"I’m giving because I want to make sure someone else gets the same type of education that I had."
As a student, Ellen Dunlap '03, discovered passions, learned to be a leader and connected with the alumni community. She gives back to stay connected and so students can enjoy similar opportunities.
Chakravartin Sokhomsan ’24 is passionate about the arts and community-building. Through a recent internship, he planned and starred in an interarts performance at a nearby state park.
With data at the heart of everything, the chairs of Dickinson's new data analytics program explain why studying the field at a liberal-arts college makes the most sense.
Large grants fund new College Farm project that looks to transform the way midsize farms manage waste—and turn it into an energy source.
Meet Gavin Frueh ’24, a physics major who served a summer internship at the Dickinson College Farm.
Chris Sharples, principal at SHoP Architects, returns to campus to discuss architecture, the global firm he founded and the power of the liberal arts.
Learn more about out why Morgan Yandow Harding ’24 says, “Dickinson allows me to be a true student-athlete, balancing my academics with field hockey and Army ROTC.”
“Through my labs, I learn and develop techniques that will benefit me in my future career,” says Stephanie Uroda ’23, a prize-winning student researcher preparing for a career in neuroscience.
“I am intrigued by the fascinating application and the beauty of the logic behind mathematical proofs,” says Elly Do ’22, a double major in computer science and mathematics who hails from Vietnam.
For the fourth consecutive year, Dickinson has been recognized as a top performer in the Sustainable Campus Index.
The hands-on athletics opportunity offers both a valuable work-study experience and an on-ramp to the medical field.
“The professors [here] are invested in their students and want to see them succeed,” says Alyssa Martin ’22, who’s preparing for an international career with the federal government.
“Dickinson’s generous scholarships enabled me to explore my academic passions for four years of full-time residential study. It’s been one of the greatest gifts of my life.”
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