Johnnetta B. Cole ’57 Honored by National Endowment for the Humanities
March 22, 2023
Anthropologist and educator celebrated by President Biden in White House ceremony.
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.
TAPIF Fellow Plans to Challenge the Educational Norms
July 19, 2021
While on a Teaching Assistant Program in France Fellowship, Jules Taylor ’21 hopes to learn who she is as an educator, while absorbing everything she can about the culture, language, and food of Paris.
Late Nights and Briefings: Law Student Jakheem Wheatley ’19
May 1, 2020
Jaimie Yue '22
Jakheem Wheatley ’19 is a first-year law student at UIC John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
A Conversation with Indie Pop-Punk Musician Sarah Gargano ’20
December 6, 2019
Jane Hobson ’22
A creative writing and sociology double major, Gargano talks about what influences her songwriting.
From Peer Listener to Case Worker
July 18, 2018
Erin Ulrich ’18
A double major in sociology and psychology at Oberlin, Stanek transformed her personal interests into the beginning of a career.
Miriam Plane Receives Fulbright ETA in Germany
June 15, 2017
Miriam Plane, a sociology major and Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies Program (GSFS) minor, has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Germany.
Imagining a New School Through the Woodrow Wilson Academy Design Fellowship
June 5, 2017
Xavier Tirado ’17, a biology and sociology double major, and Jason Heitler-Klevans ‘17, a physics major, have both received Woodrow Wilson Academy Design Fellowships. The pair will play a...
Taylor Field '15 Receives National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
May 18, 2016
Field, currently pursuing a degree at the University of Michigan, has been recognized for her research on the parents of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender children.
Katherine Moncure '16 Receives Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in South Korea
April 25, 2016
A sociology major, Moncure looks forward to gaining a global perspective in a non-Western culture.