May 2017 graduates Kirk Pearson will explore invented instruments, while Paul Van Horne will study the effects of noise in megacities.
Oberlin punches well above its weight in the sciences, as a recent symposium featuring alumni members of the National Academy of Sciences proves.
Senior Adam Chazin-Gray will receive $50,000 to use toward research and graduate studies in climatology, microbiology, and public health.
Noalle Fellah ’16 is combining her passion for art history and chemistry as she pursues a PhD at New York University.
Oberlin students jump at the opportunity to study abroad at sea.
Three-day program will celebrate Oberlin’s achievements in producing top-rated scientists.
Oberlin’s student-run science magazine collaborates with students at neighboring liberal arts schools.
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.
The event features interactive science activities and demonstrations for students in third through fifth grades.
A special workshop—the first of its kind at Allen Memorial Art Museum—demonstrates how art can be used to train medical professionals.
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.