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Yumi Ijiri Co-Authors Paper
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri co-authored a paper titled "Spin waves across three-dimensional, close-packed nanoparticles" in the New Journal of Physics.
Yago Colás Gives Lecture
Professor of English Yago Colás gave a lecture titled “Technologies of the Basketball Body: Adventures between the Science of Moving Dots and Somaesthetics” at the conference, Bodies of Design: Somaesthetic Perspectives on Technology, hosted by the Center for Body, Mind, and Culture at Florida Atlantic University. The lecture draws on research Colás is doing for his book, Numbers Don’t Lie! Adventures in Counting and What Counts, which will be published by the University of Nebraska Press in 2020.
Beverly Acha Featured in Journal
Visiting Assistant Professor of Studio Art and Drawing Beverly Acha was highlighted in the quarterly web journal Lookie-Lookie on the subject of her forthcoming book, Artists in the Studio: On Doubt.
In the Spotlight
This section highlights young alumni in their postgraduate endeavors. These students share how Oberlin shaped their decision to seek a fellowship or to pursue a particular course of study and subsequent career path. From winning awards and traveling the world to earning advanced degrees in a wide range of disciplines, these recent graduates are finding success with an Oberlin education in hand.
Luke Fortney ’18 has landed a prestigious year-long fellowship at the Atlantic . Now, he is working his way toward a career in journalism with a fresh perspective.
The art history major will teach English in Hamburg, Germany.
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