“We’ve definitely had some adventures and mishaps." Dan Litwack '05 and Ana Atach '08 share lively travel stories in a Spanish-language book.
Helen Piszek Nelson P’05 honors her father’s memory and spurs global studies at Dickinson through a new endowed fund.
After a transformative overseas trip to Africa, Michael Eber '91 crafted a values-driven career that continues to evolve.
“I’ve learned that hard work pays off, and it is important to stay focused but also have fun!” says Claudia Maira ’21, team captain, student volunteer and aspiring sports-medicine pro.
Hear from the winners of Dickinson's 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award for Professional Achievement, Outstanding Young Alumni Awards, Walter E. Beach Distinguished Alumni Award and 1783 Award.
Dickinson’s United Way Campaign has raised more than $26,000 for the United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland County, but there's still time for employees to join in and make a gift.
Meet Ian Wong '22, a computer science major and president of the eSports Club, who facilitated virtual meetups when Dickinson made the decision to go remote in response to the global pandemic.
Alan Jennings ’80, executive director of Community Action Committee of The Lehigh Valley, works to build a community where all people have access to economic opportunities for improving their lives.
As a global consultant, Jeanette Millard '76 helped others manage challenge and change. Then COVID-19 arrived, and the major changes were at her own front door.
Dickinson President recently sent the following message of thanks to the global Dickinson community of alumni, parents, faculty and staff.
“I love the opportunities Dickinson has provided," says Ernest Entsie ’21, a Ghana native who has studied history in Rwanda, interned in Italy and explored careers in New York City.
Former Red Devil gridiron standout reflects on the lessons learned on and off the football field.
Grace Gontarek ’22 (environmental studies, political science) is a first-year mentor and musician who interns with the EPA.
Find out how Dickinson helped Maizie Ober ’21 realize she could use philosophy as a tool for social change.
Former policy management major Nick Shepherd ’16 credits his Dickinson experience with preparing him for whatever life has in store for him, even a pandemic.
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