Oberlin News Center

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Oberlin News Center

Orange is the New Learning Tool

A team of students have partnered to bring technology-based education to rural India.

 

New Research in South Korea

Professor Sheila Miyoshi Jager returns to South Korea with a Fulbright grant to begin work on a new book project, which will also be the topic of a new course.

 

On the Path to Entrepreneurship

Robert Palacios '14 has been recruited by Venture for America to help grow a startup company based in Cleveland.

 

The Theater Belongs to Everyone

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival attracts growing audiences by offering free theater classics.

 

Top of their Field

Three Oberlin students have been awarded the Goldwater Scholarship, a highly competitive award for undergraduate science majors.

 

Recent Stories

Recent Stories

  • Lucid Visual

    Now celebrating its tenth year in operation, Lucid Design, a resource monitoring company, reflects back on its roots in student-professor collaboration at Oberlin.

     
  • Oberlin Hosts First Hinton Institute for Studio Bass

    Made possible by the estate of the late jazz bassist, the inaugural summer program welcomed student bassists in a comprehensive variety of styles.

     
  • Teen Research in Action

    A longtime researcher on parent/teenager relationships, Nancy Darling is using her expertise to help an international group of scientists and researchers, called Prepare, increase sexual health in sub-Saharan Africa.