Assistant Professor Chie Sakakibara collaborates with Alaska Native community to study climate change, cultural resilience, and the reciprocal relationships between humans and animals.
Oberlin students jump at the opportunity to study abroad at sea.
Technology created at Oberlin expands in Akron, Cleveland, and Toledo.
Creative writing teaching residency makes poetry accessible for local middle school students.
Assistant Professor of Politics Jenny Garcia teaches through the lens of polarization and what makes this election cycle so unusual.
Three-day program will celebrate Oberlin’s achievements in producing top-rated scientists.
Students take advantage of the summer months to conduct research around the nation and the globe
The first cohort in Oberlin’s new program for underrepresented students in STEM fields can’t imagine what college would be like without it.
Bradley Hamilton and Jennifer Jimenez will spend 10 weeks working on cutting-edge projects with HHMI scientists.
Elena Robakiewicz ’16 will study ancient lake data to better understand early human migration patterns.
For the first time, scientists have detected gravitational waves, a phenomenon first theorized by Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. Two Oberlin professors are particularly excited by the discovery, having closely followed the project in connection to their own gravitational wave research.
Research in Professor Jan Thornton’s lab studies the role of hormones in Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss in aging.