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Dickinson Delivers

Discover, through the stories and experiences of our alumni, where your Dickinson education can take you!

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—Steve Smith ’92, fine arts and physics major and Red Devil basketball player. Smith is now president and CEO of major global brand L.L.Bean.

—President Margee Ensign


—Zhen Li ’11, neuroscience major, from his Yale University lab, citing the influence of his former professors, whom he calls “exemplary mentors.”

—Kirsten Nixa Sabia '92, vice president of integrated communications for the PGA Tour

—Priscilla Addison ’09 (French, international studies), co-founder of ’57 Chocolate and development outreach and communications specialist for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

"Having a well-rounded liberal-arts education positioned me to succeed in a world where knowing how to think and approach a problem is much more important than deep expertise on any given topic."
—Ben Tiede ’05 (biology, biochemistry & molecular biology), chief of staff for the vice chairman at Johnson & Johnson

“More than specific classes, I learned how to live and think from my liberal-arts education, and that made me open to any challenge.” 
—Kyle Anderson ’15 (art & art history), quality assurance specialist at Epic Systems, one of the world's leading software companies, which was founded by Judith Faulkner '65

“Where learning is confined to a few people, liberty can be neither equal nor universal.”

—Dr. Benjamin Rush, whose vision lives on through the revolutionary college he founded.

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—Vincent Paterson ’72 (theatre), renowned choreographer who has worked with stars such as Michael Jackson, Madonna and Paul McCartney.

—Michael Lanz ’91 (policy studies), director of global client & agency solutions at Google