Oberlin Associate Professor of Biology Taylor Allen and Peter Ogbuji, executive director of the Harrison Cultural Community Center, cosponsored a camp to make science more creative and accessible to children in Lorain County.
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From bat research in Puerto Rico to lab work in Massachusetts, science majors spent the summer immersed in research projects across the globe.
Oberlin Conservatory will begin its second full year as the U.S. home of the International Piano Academy Lake Como with a schedule of master artist residencies beginning this fall.
A 2011 graduate in biology and environmental studies, Weinmann is part of an international effort fostering human-elephant conservation in Kenya.
A circuitous route through Oberlin led directly to a dream job for Gabe Pollack ’11, who today manages a popular jazz club in the Cleveland area.
Watch the webcast! This event will be streamed live at the time of the event. The 2017 Orientation Recital features a select group of student musicians from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. The...
Please join the HHMI leadership team for a celebratory reception kicking off the new Inclusive Excellence grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI). Oberlin College was one of 24 colleges...
The Allen Memorial Art Museum and Oberlin Shansi present an evening of Chinese classical music to mark the opening of fall exhibitions. Weichih Rosa Lee will perform selections from the Chinese...
A performance of chamber music presented by Conservatory of Music faculty members. The concert will feature pianists Robert Shannon and Haewon Song, along with music for flute, with Alexa Still, and...
Allen Memorial Art Museum curators give presentations on the second Tuesday of month this academic year. Andrea Gyorody, Ellen Johnson ’33 Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art,...
“I’m fortunate to go to Oberlin, to live in this world of thrilling academic inquiry and discovery, because the community keeps my mind constantly ticking, asking, and considering.”Claire Jenson ’12