Research from Dickinson's Department of Political Science indicates local election workers are conducting their work responsibly and without bias.
Attendees can also register to participate in a companion workshop on information and media literacy in times of conflict.
”I get to see and experience the connections between sustainability, social justice and big data and envision how I can make my mark," says Michelle Cao '25 of her Dickinson experience.
“Dickinson has inspired, motivated and challenged me to be the best version of myself,” says Myra Naqvi '25, an award-winning runner and ROTC member who researched the Russia-Ukraine war.
The works of underrepresented artists and composers command center stage this fall through a high-impact residency with Imani Winds.
Associate Professor of Economics and International Studies Shamma Alam discusses the power of economics and how students of the discipline can leave their mark on the world.
Dickinson will welcome public health expert Dr. Malabika Sarker to discuss the role of implementation research in bringing up-to-date clinical knowledge to health care providers.
Dickinson President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, a former federal judge, discusses the cases against former President Donald Trump in the latest episode of “The Dickinson College Expert Show.”
Rose Walters Prize winner Tara Houska discusses how communities like Dickinson can make a profound difference in the fight to protect the Earth, its people and our natural resources.
Xenia Makosky '24 has participated in research through the Writing Center, completed an internship at the Smithsonian’s National Gallery of Asian Art, and studied abroad in Jordan and Morocco.
Through the power of AI, Dickinson students will soon be able to practice Japanese language in a novel and convenient way.
Dickinson joins forces with Next Genius, a program identifying and supporting the brightest and most promising students from 1,800 schools in India, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Associate Professor of French & Francophone Studies and Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies Mireille Rebeiz discusses academic freedom, "Cloud Atlas" and her hope for the future.
From Netflix and Audible to NYU and the Maine College of Art & design, the former women's & gender studies major creates and teaches the documentary content the world craves.
Professor of Creative Writing Susan Perabo throws first pitch at St. Louis Cardinals game and is honored by her alma mater.
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