A leader in STEM enrichment programming for local youth, Jason Williams is author of a new book to help children grapple with COVID-19.
Art is not just on walls or in display cases inside the Allen Memorial Art Museum but is also etched in the roof of the portico entrance. Photo by Yvonne Gay
While some visit options have been suspended due to COVID-19, we have begun offering guided campus tours on a limited basis. Registration is required. We also offer a variety of dynamic virtual sessions for prospective students.
Fourth-year Victoria Fisher and third-year Becca Fenselau cofounded an initiative that offers STEM videos for young learners.
Winner of Chamber Music America’s Cleveland Quartet Award, rising ensemble will mentor college musicians through lessons, chamber music, and more.
In a discussion produced by SongFest, four internationally renowned opera singers shared their thoughts on the spiritual as an American genre in the classical vocal world.
Awards and Honors
Oberlin faculty, students, and alumni compete for awards, scholarships, and fellowships that reward high achievement in disciplines across the board. From STEM fields to musical performance to art and more, Obies see their hard work recognized and supported by the most prestigious organizations in higher education.
While abroad, she hopes to learn about Bulgarian language, culture, and landscapes, along with developing her teaching skills.
From the Blogs
COVID derailed my spring semester as it did for every other student across the world.
This post is the third installment of my “Where are they now?” series, a collection of conversations with former Oberlin bloggers about their first years as Oberlin alumni.
I will definitely be meeting my Goodreads challenge this year!
Fall 2020 Reopening Plans
In response to COVID-19, Oberlin has devised new approaches to the academic schedule and the student experience. Get the details at ObieSafe.
“The liberal arts framework of Oberlin gives you the space to listen, and most importantly, to learn.”Jules Greene ’19