Fins to the Left (and Right)
May 25, 2023
Biology major Jules Lieberman to study shark and ray migratory patterns through NOAA Hollings Scholarship.
Keith Tarvin Earns Excellence in Teaching Award
May 18, 2023
A scholar in the fields of evolution, behavioral ecology, ornithology, and organismal biology, Tarvin was honored for his approach to teaching and mentoring undergraduate researchers.
Building Encouragement for Careers in Science and Technology
November 11, 2022
Abby Tejera Rocha is committed to making a positive impact on society through her educational outreach in STEM areas. Her accomplishments have been recognized by an international tech firm that recruited her to be a developer.
No Ordinary Matter: Professor of Physics Jason Stalnaker is Part of Global Effort Testing for Dark Matter
September 7, 2022
Students working with Professor of Physics Jason Stalnaker are contributing to National Science Foundation-funded research on dark-matter candidates.
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.
Marwan Ghanem '22 Receives Nexial Prize
July 18, 2022
Marwan Ghanem, a spring 2022 graduate with majors in biology and neuroscience, is this year’s winner of the Oberlin College Nexial Prize.
Charles Boissavy ’22 Named a 2022 Young Botanist Award Winner
June 14, 2022
A graduate in biology and physics, Boissavy is eyeing a career in plant evolution research.
Nick Beltramini Receives NOAA Hollings Scholarship
May 16, 2022
The Hollings Scholarship provides academic assistance for two years and a 10-week paid summer internship at a NOAA facility.
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.
The Pursuit of Research and Understanding How the Brain Works
March 15, 2022
Ava Miller ’25
David Shostak’20, a native of San Francisco, played four years on the varsity soccer team and graduated with a major in biology, a concentration in cognitive science, and a minor in environmental science. For the past two years, he has worked at a neurobiology lab at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland. In fall 2022, Shostak will begin working toward a PhD in neuroscience at the University of California San Francisco. Read more about Shostak in this After Oberlin Q&A.