Finding a Calling in Oberlin's Writing Associates Program
February 23, 2023
Ava Miller '25
After graduating from Oberlin in 2022, Ryo Adachi began a full-time position in Oberlin's Writing Associates Program.
Vera Grace Menafee Receives Ping Student Service Award
July 12, 2022
Menafee’s dedication to service-learning projects in a Cleveland urban garden has been recognized by the Ohio Campus Compact.
Chloe Lai Receives Fulbright to Taiwan
June 8, 2022
An art history and East Asian studies double major with an education studies concentration, Lai is constantly striving to learn more about pedagogy and language acquisition.
Sarah Wong ’22 Receives Fulbright to Taiwan
June 7, 2022
A musical studies and law and society major, Sarah Wong applied for the Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to honor her Taiwanese heritage while becoming more fluent in her family’s ancestral languages.
Watson Fellowship Winner to Explore Grief and Loss Across Cultures
May 2, 2022
Molly Gleydura’s desire to understand the grieving process and gain strategies that will assist families with the loss of a child will take her to New Zealand, Senegal, El Salvador, and Ireland this summer on a Watson Fellowship.
TAPIF Recipient Ella Franklin ’21 Looks Forward to a French Teaching Career
July 12, 2021
Ella Franklin ’21 plans to pursue a career as a teacher of English abroad or as a teacher of French in an English-speaking country, which makes receiving a fellowship in the Teaching Assistant Program in France a perfect fit.
Julia Rohde '21 Receives Teaching Residency Fellowship from UPenn
July 7, 2021
For the next two years, Rohde will teach middle and upper school English while simultaneously earning a master’s in education through UPenn’s Independent School Teaching Residency.
Playing a Critical Role in Child Development
March 31, 2021
Being an early childhood educator means playing a critical role in a child’s development. The industry needs more people who love to see children grow, says Sela Taylor ’15.
Winter Term: A Plan to Improve Education for Students
September 30, 2020
Bridget Smith ’21, an education and politics major, wants to improve the educational experiences of students with special needs. That's why interning at the Monitoring and State Improvement Planning division of the Office of Special Education Program in Oberlin (OSEP) was a great fit.
Bridget Smith Selected for Fulbright Summer Institute in Scotland
June 3, 2019
A politics major, Smith will explore Scotland’s culture and history.