This Week in Photos: January 29
January 29, 2020
Although Winter Term 2020 is complete there are still so many photogenic and inspiring moments to share. In this photo series, we visit Lake Erie; Hall Annex 100 for a theater workshop with director Joey Rizzolo; Peters Hall for an elementary Russian class; the Ninde Scholars at Oberlin High School; and a chance to sport a terrific pair of 3D-printed snow glasses.
Students and Faculty Travel to China through LIASE Grant
March 1, 2019
Erin Ulrich ’18
Sponsored by the Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment (LIASE) implementation grant, students, faculty, and staff traveled to China on two winter-term trips.
Associate Professor of Geology Amanda Schmidt and Monica Dix ’20 Conduct Research in Cuba
January 17, 2019
Erin Ulrich ’18
Associate Professor of Geology Amanda Schmidt and third-year Monica Dix traveled to Cuba this past summer to research water quality in the country.
Reunifying Oberlin’s Natural History Collection
August 29, 2017
Associate Professor of Anthropology Amy Margaris ’96 along with other faculty and staff members on campus are working to digitize the college’s many “dangling collections”—objects and specimens spread across various campus buildings that at one time had a home in the college’s natural history museum.
December 31, 2014
Professor Drew Wilburn finds archaeological evidence of magic in antiquity.
Protecting Libyan Archaeology
February 22, 2013
Professor Susan Kane has been received he Society for American Archaeology’s Presidential Award for her work preserving Libyan archaeological sites and heritage during the country’s 2011 civil war.