The Oberlin College Board of Trustees, after extensive consideration and a comprehensive review of recommendations from multiple faculty committees and Oberlin President Marvin Krislov, has voted to dismiss Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition Joy D. Karega for failing to meet the academic standards that Oberlin requires of its faculty and failing to demonstrate intellectual honesty.
Constitution Day commemorates the 1787 signing of the United States Constitution.
Meredith Raimondo has been appointed vice president and dean of students after filling the position on an interim basis since July 2016. She will lead Oberlin’s division of student life that supports students by creating more seamless connections between curricular and cocurricular experiences.
Three-day program will celebrate Oberlin’s achievements in producing top-rated scientists.
Three-day conference tackles the challenges and strategies for transitioning to a clean-energy economy.
The new Hotel at Oberlin served as the backdrop for the closing of the 2016 Oberlin Illuminate campaign, which raised well over $317 million, surpassing its goal of $250 million.
Pioneer Academics, the leading online academic research program for high school students, and Oberlin College announce a partnership offering a new approach to online education. Oberlin will grant course credit and provide an Oberlin transcript to Pioneer students upon their completion of the Pioneer Research Program.
The 2016 Think/Create/Engage series begins with an evening lecture by Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, a Duke University sociologist and author of Racism Without Racists: Color Blind Racism And the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America.
Performance marks the final Dance Diaspora fall show for founder/director Adenike Sharpley.
Oberlin College awarded a four-year, $400,000 grant by the Henry Luce Foundation’s Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment program.
Umra Omar ’06 provides free medical care to remote, insecure areas on the eastern coast of Kenya with her group Safari Doctors.
A $750,000 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant will help the college support curricular revision and enhancement through programs focused on the connected learning experience.