Emilie Lozier ’18 Wins $50,000 Science Prize
May 9, 2018
Tyler Sloan ’17
Emilie Lozier ’18 won this year’s Nexial Prize, a $50,000 award for a graduating science major who has demonstrated both academic excellence and passion for cultural study.
From Chemistry to Circus
May 10, 2017
Hayley Larson '14 teaches at Aloft Circus Arts and Aerial Dane Chicago and performs as Duo Filamental.
Chemistry and Conservation
March 8, 2017
Noalle Fellah ’16 is combining her passion for art history and chemistry as she pursues a PhD at New York University.
Two awarded summer research opportunity with Howard Hughes Medical Institute
May 25, 2016
Bradley Hamilton and Jennifer Jimenez will spend 10 weeks working on cutting-edge projects with HHMI scientists.
Benjamin Rabin '16 Awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Poland
May 24, 2016
Rabin will advise and assistant teach college English as a Second Language science and math students.
The Art of Observing
April 12, 2016
A special workshop—the first of its kind at Allen Memorial Art Museum—demonstrates how art can be used to train medical professionals.
Honors for Study Abroad
December 2, 2015
Senior Shavonne Stanek receives an Undergraduate Research Award from the Forum on Education Abroad for her in-depth study of fishing practices in Zanzibar.
Closing the Loop on West Nile Virus
October 8, 2015
Following a decade of collaborative research, professors Mary Garvin and Rebecca Whelan are closer to understanding why mosquitoes forage on particular species of birds involved in the West Nile Virus cycle.
The Research You Cannot Resist
November 7, 2014
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Lisa Ryno gears up to have students in her lab for the first time this winter term. They will investigate antibiotic resistance in bacteria.
Weird Science at Oberlin
October 11, 2013
Not only does Oberlin excel in conventional scientific education and research, but it offers students an opportunity to study scientific subjects in unconventional and hands-on ways.