Mikaela de Lemos ’21 Receives Fulbright to Spain
May 18, 2022
Mikaela de Lemos wants to give back to the community that welcomed her when she studied abroad in 2020, even though the semester was cut short due to the pandemic.
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.
Second-Year Emma Hart Coauthors COVID-19 Vaccine Issue Brief
May 3, 2021
Jaimie Yue '22
As part of Oberlin’s three-semester plan for 2020-2021, second-year students participated in a monthlong winter term SOAR retreat and had the opportunity to pursue micro-internships or research...
Fulbright Fellowship Winner Connects Language to Heritage
April 27, 2021
Ruth Bieber-Stanley ’21 has German ancestors and relatives on both sides of her family, but never learned to speak German as a child. Today, not only does she know the language, but uses it to have an even deeper connection with her heritage.
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.
From Main Stage to Airwaves
November 17, 2020
Marsha Lynn Bragg
The curtain has closed on many professional, community, and college theaters throughout the country due largely to the global pandemic. Yet those who have the audacity to reimagine the theater and the arts in new ways are discovering the options are varied and rewarding.
Winter Term: Psychological Factors on COVID-19
October 1, 2020
Many areas of the country saw significant drops in pollution levels when stay-at-home orders were put in place several months ago. The effects on the atmosphere suggested to Devin Williams ’21 that there might be other factors to investigate. He joined a team of students who assisted Professor of Psychology and Environmental Studies Cindy Frantz in a project that would lead to the study of COVID-19 on psychological factors.
Winter Term - Summer 2020
September 3, 2020
More than 200 students performed individual and group projects during this year’s Winter Term. Although typically held in January, it was shifted to August this year under the same premise: a time for students to explore opportunities outside of their regular course of study.
Ilana Ascher Awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Germany
July 15, 2020
While teaching abroad, the 2019 graduate hopes to become involved in community building and environmentalism.
Mental Health Research Assistant: Ify Ezimora ’19
May 15, 2020
Jaimie Yue '22
Ezimora is applying the professional experience she gained as a double major in psychology and environmental studies as well as her roles as a student treasurer and cochair of the Student Finance Committee.