An Atlantic Council internship gives Laura Zwerling '18 a taste of the international affairs career she's planning after graduation.
James Fisher '18 combined his love of science and the great outdoors and took his education to "the next level" while conducting summer fieldwork in the Canadian wilds.
Dickinson’s most diverse incoming class ever is urged to make the most of the college's useful education for the common good as Convocation kicks off the academic year.
Professor of Biology Tom Arnold examines how to protect and preserve a valuable natural resource in a new review resulting from a three-year EPA-funded project.
A Discovery Channel special features biology professors Scott Boback and Chuck Zwemer conducting an experiment based on some of the work highlighted in this story, originally published in 2016.
Dickinson is again named one of Sierra magazine's ‘Coolest Schools’ for environmental sustainability.
Kevin Henwood '18 gains a better understanding of the complex U.S. legislative process through his summer internship with the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Donning plenty of eclipse glasses, Dickinsonians gathered across campus to watch the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21.
Olivia Termini '19 has long been passionate about issues facing our environment. This summer, she's taking action by interning at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Dickinson officially begins to welcome the class of 2021 with the first of two Move-In Days.
For his third internship as a Dickinsonian, Connor Liu '18 is working with Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park to monitor and track the critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle.
Two vast and historically important photographic projects are on exhibition at Dickinson’s Trout Gallery.
As an intern at the U.S. Army War College, Yachen Jiao '18 is gaining a new perspective on policymaking while improving her research skills.
Joining the hundreds of people who gathered for the Carlisle Call for Unity, President Margee Ensign pledged to partner with the community in new ways to achieve progress.
Earth sciences students make the world their library, conducting groundbreaking summer research on campus and around the globe.
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