Oberlin News Center

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Oberlin News Center

Renewed Energy

As the new director of the Oberlin Project, Sean Hayes envisions a more prosperous and sustainable community.


Cultivating Women in STEM

A summer research grant from Alcoa Foundation supports student-faculty collaborations in STEM fields


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.


An Open Book

Noa Fleischaker is developing a series of children's books to address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


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After Oberlin

After Oberlin

  • Analysis for Equality

    Zohra Ansari-Thomas '14 prevents discrimination one data set at a time while creating affirmative action plans at the law firm Littler Mendelson.

  • Life in Technicolor

    Cinema studies major Alexis Gee '14 sets off on her path to becoming a film editor with a client services position at the the post-production company Technicolor-Postworks New York.

  • Get On Board

    Jack Ratner '14 goes from computer science student to junior engineer at a start-up technology company, Bandwagon, that has introduced a ride-sharing smartphone app to reduce pollution and traffic in New York City.