Jane Sedlak ’19 Studies the Chemistry of Wildfire Smoke

April 20, 2022

Myles McPartland ’24

Jane Sedlak graduated from Oberlin College in 2019 with a degree in chemistry and was named the winner of Oberlin’s Nexial Prize. Given to a student who demonstrates academic excellence and an interest in cultural study, the Nexial Prize comes with a $50,000 award, which afforded Sedlak the opportunity following graduation to study art conservation at the Louvre in Paris. She is currently a graduate student at University of California San Diego.
Head shot of Jane Sedlak

Oberlin Welcomes New A&S Faculty for 2022-23

April 20, 2022

Communications Staff

The commitment of our dedicated faculty lies at the heart of the Oberlin experience. We are honored to introduce the newest members of our faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences, and we look forward to welcoming additional new faculty as we prepare for the year ahead.
A teacher leads an outdoor class.


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