Marwan Ghanem '22 Receives Nexial Prize
July 18, 2022
Marwan Ghanem, a spring 2022 graduate with majors in biology and neuroscience, is this year’s winner of the Oberlin College Nexial Prize.
Charles Boissavy ’22 Named a 2022 Young Botanist Award Winner
June 14, 2022
A graduate in biology and physics, Boissavy is eyeing a career in plant evolution research.
Elise Steenburgh '22 Receives Fulbright to Brazil
May 24, 2022
A biology and environmental studies major, Steenburgh is returning to the country that provided formative experiences in environmental science and cultural exchange.
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.
Sophomore Opportunity Leads to Published Research on A.I. in Cancer Studies
April 1, 2022
A published manuscript coauthored by Ella Halbert ’23 offers software tools that pathologists could use to assist with a tedious, yet necessary process in the study of disease.
2022 Winter Term Recap
March 11, 2022
Office of Communications
More than 2,290 students explored projects and research opportunities outside of their normal course of study during Winter Term. In this wrap-up gallery we look back at some of the group projects students performed.
Pre-Med Student Gets on the Road Training
November 3, 2021
Anna Slebonick spent most of the summer forging quick relationships with patients while the emergency unit she worked in raced down the road.
Jasmine Wilkerson ’23 Performs Heart, Lung and Blood (HLB) Research at CWRU Medical School
September 7, 2021
After several life-changing experiences at an early age, Jasmine Wilkerson ’23 decided to pursue a medical degree so she can perform crucial surgeries through medical missions abroad.
Oberlin Science Scholar Explores Ancient DNA at Emory and Howard Universities
August 11, 2021
Yemko Pryor ’17, a PhD student at Emory University, has a long-term career goal that might one day help society scientifically understand the effects of racism and slavery on Black bodies.
Janet Wu ’21 Earns Oberlin’s Nexial Prize for 2021
May 25, 2021
Double-degree pianist to pursue medicine at Stanford University.