As a foreign services officer in Budapest, Hungary, Kevin Doyle ’16 helps policymakers wrestle with energy security and Hungary-EU relations.
Meet Larissa Babicz ’20, a bio major, birder, dog trainer and wildlife artist who researches the effects of climate change on birds in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
Through global coursework and internships, Espoir DelMain ’21 is learning how to foster lasting, positive social change.
Two students, Sam Lavine '22 and Ella Goldman '21, recently competed in the Mid-South Regional Moot Court Tournament at Liberty University.
As an institution that deeply values global diversity and civil discussion and debate, Dickinson opposes this boycott but encourages students to voice their opinions through continued civil dialogue.
Scott Nowicki ’06 is a physician-scientist whose leading-edge trial is funded by a $4.6 million grant. Learn why he brought a young Dickinson math-department graduate and Posse scholar onto his team.
From political commentary to industry expertise, Dickinson faculty members are sought-after voices for major media outlets.
Dickinsonians take Centennial Conference Runner of the Year and Coach of the Year.
New research published this month in the Southern Economic Journal reveals job losses during the Great Recession may be partly responsible for the recent drop in U.S. birth rates.
President Margee Ensign accepts a prestigious national award that formally affirmed Dickinson's role as a leader in global education.
Dickinson College hosted a panel discussion on Rwanda’s remarkable recovery and success in the years following the 1994 genocide.
Interarts concert brings together choreography, visual art, music and writings by Dickinson faculty members in "an imaginative, provocative space."
The Red Devil women swimmers' recent victory over Bryn Mawr College brings Coach Paul Richards career coaching record to 500-319-2.
President Margee Ensign will accept the Senator Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization, officially making Dickinson the only college to twice earn the coveted award.
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