When Valerie Gaydos ’89 entered the Pennsylvania House of Representatives this fall, she brought an entrepreneurial spirit and a well-rounded, liberal-arts education to her new role.
Founding Director of the Center for Spirituality in Nature Beth Norcross will deliver the annual Wesley Lecture at Dickinson, “Church of the Wild: A New and Old Way of Experiencing Spirituality."
Cultural critic, author and academic Macarena Gómez-Barris will explore artistic and activist responses to extractive industries in South America.
Spring arts events offer opportunities to see the world differently and engage the world in new ways.
In this podcast, we visit the men's and women's squash teams as the program marks its fifth season and welcomes a new coach.
An end-of-break faculty workshop, the Course Design Collaboratory, brought subject experts together to help faculty members fine-tune spring syllabi and stay ahead of the curve.
Gary Kirk, an educator and administrator with 20 years of higher education experience, has been named the founding executive director of Dickinson’s Center for Civic Learning & Action.
As a news anchor for NBC Connecticut, former English major Kevin Nathan ’90 tells the stories that inform and inspire.
Alex Ghaemmaghami '21 received his very own signing-in ceremony after transferring to Dickinson from a larger institution.
New Mailman School of Public Health partnership program offers two tracks toward a master of public health degree.
After studying and interning in two global art meccas and exhibiting work at the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, Duanduan Hsieh ’19 creates art focusing on Asian-American identity and experiences.
Newly published findings by a team including a Dickinson College researcher emphasize the need to improve the diagnosis of asthma in children and adolescents in vulnerable communities.
Around the world and back again, LTC Matt Smith '02 returns to Dickinson to lead its ROTC program.
Dickinson will be offering summer classes, which are open to students, alumni, community members and lifelong learners and cover everything from creative writing to microeconomics.
Luke Nicosia ’21 pursues his lifelong passion for history as an archaeology, classical studies and mathematics major.
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