Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
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.
Two widely recognized leaders in global education?aim to bridge siloed approaches in intercultural competency, diversity, equity and inclusion.
Entrepreneur Jill Graby Shuck '93 developed a baking program for a faith-based nonprofit that provides community and job skills to adults in Kenya.
Former physics major JoEllen McBride ’04 credits Dickinson with building the communications skills she now uses to advocate for graduate and professional students at the University of Pennsylvania.
The collaborative renewable project between Dickinson College, Lafayette College, Lehigh University and Muhlenberg College has received AASHE's 2020 Campus Sustainability Achievement Award.
Dickinson President Margee Ensign recently sent the following holiday message to the Dickinson community.
Dickinsonians who interned during the global pandemic provide inspiration and words of advice regarding remote internships.
An accident profoundly altered Alan Bronstein '66's life and inspired him to reignite a long-deferred dream.
This holiday season, why not support small businesses owned by fellow Dickinsonians? Dickinson's new directory will make it a snap.
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