Your Gifts at Work
Dickinson is committed to environmental sustainability and accountability in every facet of campus life. Gifts to sustainability support on-campus initiatives to preserve our natural resources for the 21st century and beyond.
Black Swans, and How to Tame Them
David Orr brings
environmental warnings and the Oberlin Project to Dickinson.
sustainability and security highlight Strategic Studies Institute/Dickinson workshop.
Food for Thought
Student videos spread the word about the pleasures, politics and production of food.
Baird Sustainability Fellows Program candidates probe Michael Shellenberger's provocative environmental stance.
A dual passion for science and sustainability pays off for Aaron Brumbaugh '14, one of only four students—and the only undergrad—to earn a prestigious national award.
From Baird to Breakthrough
Seven seniors will engage high-profile speakers and the campus community as part of a new honors colloquium.
Greener Than Green
On-campus transportation just got a little greener with the launch of a new, uber-sustainable program.
Campus Sustainability Day
Oct. 24 brings fun fall activities to Britton Plaza and kudos from a national organization.
Dickinson was selected to receive a $400,000 grant to expand its Asian-studies curriculum.
On Move-In Day, recycle bins outnumbered dumpsters nearly 15-to-1
thanks to a new initiative by CSE and the Eco-Reps.
We aspire to be a model of green operations, green curriculum. The Center for Sustainability Education, the Dickinson College Farm, the Treehouse, ALLARM and LEED-standard building are only a few examples of what we do to weave sustainability into every aspect of on-campus life.
—Neil Weissman, provost and dean of the college