During a year fraught with challenge, students present a boundary-pushing Women of Color Summit.
Graduating biology majors secure jobs in natural history, research and insurance and earn acceptance to graduate programs in health care.
Meet Hannah DelSordo ’22, and learn about her internship with a nonprofit focused on global poverty, pandemic hobby, her favorite class, and why she loves the sense of community at Dickinson.
Bill Keen ’57, P’89, wasn’t sure he wanted to go to college, in part because of financial concerns. With a little help he graduated—and became a professor. Now, he supports a scholarship at Dickinson.
Meet the collector who gifted 50 African American prints and 120 Old Master works to Dickinson.
Admitted-student programs bring students accepted to the class of 2025 to campus throughout the month of April.
More than 3,200 Dickinsonians (and still counting) give more than $1 million to support Dickinson, its students and the brighter future they’ll shape.
Join alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends today in this historic effort to make 4,000 gifts to the college in a single day.
The Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development kicks into high gear this spring with a packed schedule of online events.
On April 7, Dickinson’s House Divided Project will launch a historic walking tour on campus for the Dickinson & Slavery initiative.
RDSN launches a second podcast, led by all-female student athletes and focused on topics relating to women in sports: past, present, and future.
Graduating environmental studies majors secure jobs in consulting, agriculture, pharmaceuticals and education.
A leading scholar and a singer-songwriter brought world-premiere music and WWII research to Dickinson. Their virtual residency included personalized feedback on student research.
This year's annual Poitras Gleim speaker is BD Wong. The lecture will take place virtually on Monday, April 5, at 7 p.m. EDT via Zoom and will be followed by a Q&A.
Dickinson seniors accepted to University of Maryland, Cornell University and Columbia University and secures job as scientist.
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