Elizabeth Rigby Selected for Prestigious CBYX Fellowship in Germany
July 27, 2022
Through the program, young professionals spend a year living, working, and studying in Germany.
Shira Presberg '24 Receives NOAA Hollings Scholarship
May 4, 2022
The Hollings Scholarship awards undergraduates with financial support and research experiences in NOAA-related science.
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.
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.
Norm Craig '53, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, Dies at 89
March 9, 2021
Manish Mehta and Julie Craig Lautens
Craig's work at Oberlin, spanning 63 years, resulted in more than 150 publications, with many featuring Oberlin undergraduates as coauthors. He was passionate about undergraduate research, making the Oberlin chemistry department one of the earliest adopters of the practice among liberal arts colleges.
Discovering a Passion for Science Communication: Lisa Learman '16
January 6, 2021
Jaimie Yue '22
A biology and musical studies double major at Oberlin, Learman is completing her PhD in the Cellular and Molecular Medicine program at Johns Hopkins University.
Student Pair Creates Science Education Initiative for Kids
August 3, 2020
Fourth-year Victoria Fisher and third-year Becca Fenselau cofounded an initiative that offers STEM videos for young learners.
Nine International Obies Will Begin PhDs in STEM
June 4, 2020
Jaimie Yue '22
A third of all Chinese international students in the Class of 2020 have secured positions in top PhD programs.
Goldwater Scholarship Winner: Yanni Sarrimanolis
April 10, 2020
Second-year biochemistry major Yannai Sarrimanolis studies atmospheric chemistry with Professor Matt Elrod.
Departments Across Campus Donate Personal Protective Equipment to Local Health Care Workers
March 26, 2020
Student Health Services and science lab staff dip into their inventory of masks, gloves, and other supplies.