In Cuba, Cleaner Rivers Follow Greener Farming
January 30, 2020
Office of Communications
First joint Cuba-U.S. geology team in half a century discovers Cuban fertilizer pollution far lower than the Mississippi River—a model for global agriculture. Associate Professor of Geology Amanda Schmidt was a member of the team of scientists who studied the impact of contemporary agriculture on the water quality in Cuba’s rivers.
Hope Kassen '15 Receives Fulbright in Malaysia
August 4, 2015
A politics and law and society double major, Kassen hopes to pick up one of the many different languages in Malaysia.
World Renowned Geochemist Delivers National Academy of Sciences Lectures at Oberlin College
November 11, 2013
What are the causes of abrupt climate change? What is behind the rapid melting of ice sheets at the end of glacial cycles? What role do humans play in climate change? R. Lawrence Edwards will address theses questions when he delivers the National Academy of Sciences’ Day Prize Lecture Series at Oberlin College on November 14, 15, and 21.
Five Colleges of Ohio Consortium Receives Grant to Enhance Digital Library Collections
October 7, 2013
Initiative focuses on creating digital resources to enhance faculty and student research, teaching, and learning.