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.
Machmud Makhmudov, a politics major and environmental studies minor, will study in Oxford for the next two years.
Scholar athlete Bradley Hamilton gains career insight and makes connections at the Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovations Summit.
Oberlin psychology students benefit from Assistant Professor Meghan Morean’s research ties to Yale.
Assistant Professor of Geology Amanda Schmidt is part of a team studying rates of soil loss and erosion in a river valley in western China.
Following a decade of collaborative research, professors Mary Garvin and Rebecca Whelan are closer to understanding why mosquitoes forage on particular species of birds involved in the West Nile Virus cycle.
Steph Szarmach ’15 looks to the San Francisco Bay Area skies to gain field biology experience.
From the White House to the baseball stadium to the lab, Oberlin students pursued a range of creative, personal, and professional projects this summer.
Assistant Professor of Psychology Paul Thibodeau studies the social science behind “word aversion.”