Associate Professor of Psychology Sharon Kingston co-leads a program to strengthen caregiver-child bonds and promote effective parenting strategies.
Despite formidable industrywide challenges, Dickinson maintained its A+ S&P rating in 2020.
Josh Rapp steps up to deliver COVID-19 samples to Massachusetts lab in the face of regionwide internet outage.
Popel Shaw Center and students collaborate to spotlight LatinX culture during remote fall semester.
"I had such a wonderful experience at Dickinson, so I am happy to give back so the current students can also have a memorable experience."
An internship at the Italian Trade Commission was an excellent match for Damian Garrubbo ’22, a double major in international business & management and Italian studies.
Alumni couple Catherine Campbell Worthington ’12 and Arthur Worthington ’13 look back at their time as Red Devil athletes and reflect on how the experience shaped their paths to success.
Sam Rose ’58 deepens his commitment to 'leveling the playing field' with a new scholarship gift to Dickinson.
Author and journalism scholar Allissa Richardson will deliver this year's Morgan Lecture.
Former psychology major Ashley Flynn ’11 works to achieve equality in education as associate director of research at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth.
The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues will welcome a diverse group of presenters to discuss a broad range of issues during February.
Student-athlete Amna Fayyaz ’24 recently was named Female Emerging Star of the Year in Pakistan! She ranks No. 86 worldwide in women's squash and No. 1 in her home country.
Learn more about the FARM Lab, one of four finalists in Dickinson's Revolutionary Challenge, a yearlong competition to generate new ideas for harnessing the college's useful liberal-arts education.
Developing Leaders for 21st-Century Revolutionary Challenges focuses on the power of a shared values- and competencies-driven vocabulary that sets students up for success.
FutureLab's mission: to help students recognize world-shaping megatrends and develop the skills to adapt and contribute meaningfully.
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