‘Models of Change’ publication looks at diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in international higher education.
'Retrograde' explores the human cost of the final months of U.S involvement in Afghanistan.
Dickinson's Halloween-season production of 'The Crucible' brings fresh perspectives to an American classic.
Through Dickinson's Arctic & Alpine Climate Change program, students conduct hands-on research in ecologically crucial regions and contribute to our knowledge about the Earth's future.
What’s the secret to an amazing Dickinson video? Ask Joe O’Neill, who earned his 10th Emmy for a video about an exciting College Farm project.
Celebrated performer/composer Christopher Jackson, best known as George Washington in the Broadway and Disney+ hit 'Hamilton,' comes to campus Nov. 2 to deliver annual Poitras-Gleim lecture.
Reproductive justice and human rights advocate Loretta J. Ross will discuss changing the dialogue and improving work in reproductive health, justice and rights.
The College Farm’s innovative anaerobic digester project has been recognized with a Leadership Award from the nonprofit Energy Vision.
Research from Dickinson's Department of Political Science indicates local election workers are conducting their work responsibly and without bias.
Attendees can also register to participate in a companion workshop on information and media literacy in times of conflict.
“Dickinson has inspired, motivated and challenged me to be the best version of myself,” says Myra Naqvi '25, an award-winning runner and ROTC member who researched the Russia-Ukraine war.
The works of underrepresented artists and composers command center stage this fall through a high-impact residency with Imani Winds.
Associate Professor of Economics and International Studies Shamma Alam discusses the power of economics and how students of the discipline can leave their mark on the world.
Dickinson will welcome public health expert Dr. Malabika Sarker to discuss the role of implementation research in bringing up-to-date clinical knowledge to health care providers.
Dickinson President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, a former federal judge, discusses the cases against former President Donald Trump in the latest episode of “The Dickinson College Expert Show.”
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