The Data Science Initiative infuses data analytics with the liberal arts; students will understand, critique and construct data-driven arguments that drive decision-making across a variety of fields.
Meet Gavin Wood ’21, an international business & management and Italian studies double major, whose Dickinson experience has already helped him land a job offer from Goldman Sachs.
Find out how Dickinson helped math and quantitative economics double major Bridget Williams ’21 line up a job with T. Rowe Price before graduation.
Enrollment begins in March for the new program preparing the next generation of thinkers and leaders for complex, uncertain times.
Meet Tao Xu ’21, a Student Senate officer, tour guide and scholarship awardee from China who’s interned at two medical colleges so far.
Director of Dining Services Errol Huffman explains how to navigate the Grab & Go dining option on the lower level of the HUB.
Three Dickinson leaders are Divine Nine members, along with Vice President Kamala Harris. For them, Inauguration Day brought an extra measure of excitement and pride.
A Dickinson College psychology professor and two alumnae share their new, collaborative research on predicting COVID-19 risk perceptions.
The doors of Old West opened for the class of 2024 as Dickinson officially welcomed the first group of first-year students to campus for the spring 2021 semester.
With water quality at stake, Professor of Chemistry Amy Witter makes the case for banning coal-tar-based sealants.
Wide receiver Daniel Bathon ’22 hits the books and the football field with gusto, bringing his best to both arenas.
Associate Vice President of Student Life Angie Harris explains how the "stay at home" period works for students returning to campus for the spring semester.
Associate Vice President of Student Life Angie Harris explains the concept of a "pod" at Dickinson and how it's one of the ways students on campus can help keep the community safe.
A prestigious Pickering Fellowship will prepare Ashley Morefield ’18 to help promote peace, unity and understanding as a member of the U.S. Diplomatic Corps.
A “Knowledge for Freedom” grant from the Teagle Foundation will fund a residential summer program on the struggle for freedom in America.
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