Gamoran says he is excited to contribute to Jewish life in Germany.
Rabin will advise and assistant teach college English as a Second Language science and math students.
Alumna Julia Skrovan ’15 will teach English and lend writing support to undergraduate and graduate students at Syiah Kuala University in Banda Aceh.
Alumna selected for the honor “for television reviews written with an affection that never blunts the shrewdness of her analysis or the easy authority of her writing.”
The history and music performance double-major will teach English and continue research on music and society in interwar Germanic culture.
Pineault credits the Spanish in the Elementary Schools (SITES) program with teaching her to create lessons that make language learning exciting.
Lauren Crawford ’16 says she hopes to gain experience teaching English while deepening her knowledge of German.
The aspiring educator credits several winter-term teaching experiences as well as her peers with helping prepare her for this fellowship.
Annelise Giseburt ’16 has been selected as the first-ever recipient of the Shansi Hiroshima Fellowship.
Elena Robakiewicz ’16 will study ancient lake data to better understand early human migration patterns.
Meghan Mette ’16 says she hopes her time abroad will help her become fluent in German and afford her opportunities to volunteer with the Syrian refugee crisis.
The symposium Complicated Relationships: Mary Church Terrell’s Legacy for 21st Century Activists, happening February 26 and 27, celebrates a significant gift to the Oberlin College Archives and examines what today’s activists can learn from famous educator, feminist, and civil rights activist Mary Church Terrell (Class of 1884).