'New York Times' Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Holland Cotter will present the Jane L. and Robert H. Weiner Lecture in the Fine Arts.
John Dickinson Scholar and biochemistry & molecular biology major Heather Geist '15 discusses shadowing a heart surgeon, performing original research and her plans to improve lives through medicine.
Kristen Miller ’06 will present her postdoctoral research—a collaboration with NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory.
Dickinson is once again named top Fulbright-producing school.
Rachel Greene '06 discusses how her Dickinson experience led her to become a mental health specialist & registered dance/movement therapist (R-DMT) at the Center for Autism.
Computer-science major, Benjamin Rush Scholar and ROTC member Jacob Heybey '16 is well on his way to a fascinating international career.
Students bring data to life though the Digital Boot Camp.
Sunnie Ko ’11 has found her niche, and it lies in helping students exploring college options to find theirs.
Maggie Murphy ’06 finds adventure, cultural exchange and opportunity to make a difference through global public-health career.
Elena Cox '86 puts individuals at the center of the college-selection process with vibeffect.
In the Department of Physics & Astronomy, students find that hands-on learning and research help bond them with both the material and each other.
Dickinson will host a live-streamed panel discussion on legal and political questions related to recent U.S. military operations.
The registration deadline is fast approaching, and the grand prize has gotten bigger. Time to gear up for the Innovation Competition!
Emerging Leaders Retreat brings first-year students together for leadership exercises and self-discovery.
Do the arts make a difference in the lives of at-risk youth? Yes, say local arts leaders and educators, and Dickinson is working with them to help make it happen.
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