National Academy of Sciences Alumni Reunion and Symposium

November 2, 2016
Communications Staff
Students present poster board displays in a hallway
Ralph Isberg ’77, professor of molecular biology and microbiology in the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University, speaks with students who conducted research with faculty members in the Oberlin Summer Research Institute. Isberg is one of 22 Oberlin alumni who are members of the National Academy of Sciences, and he was among a dozen members who returned to campus October 27-29 for a symposium celebrating the role of liberal arts in producing first-rate scientists.
Photo credit: Scott Shaw

The college welcomed back to campus a dozen alumni who are members of the National Academy of Sciences for a series of discussions highlighting the role of liberal arts in producing first-rate scientists. The weekend symposium October 27-29 featured panel discussions moderated by Oberlin students and faculty, as well as the Celebration of Undergraduate Research. Browse more photos on the Flickr gallery.

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