Finding a Calling in Oberlin's Writing Associates Program
February 23, 2023
Ava Miller '25
After graduating from Oberlin in 2022, Ryo Adachi began a full-time position in Oberlin's Writing Associates Program.
Oberlin's Center for Engaged Liberal Arts Extends Learning Beyond the Classroom
November 18, 2022
Located in Mudd Center’s lower level, the new complex of inter-related programs promotes experiential learning and strategic career development.
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.
Oberlin Conservatory Joins Consortium Created by the Denyce Graves Foundation
September 28, 2022
Cathy Partlow Strauss ’84
On Friday, September 30, two Oberlin Conservatory vocal performance students will travel to Howard University in Washington, D. C., to participate in the launch of Shared Voices , a new classical...
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.
Vera Grace Menafee Receives Ping Student Service Award
July 12, 2022
Menafee’s dedication to service-learning projects in a Cleveland urban garden has been recognized by the Ohio Campus Compact.
America Reads and America Counts Tutors Lead Summer Enrichment Program for Local Residents
August 13, 2021
After a year of virtual learning in the Oberlin City Schools, The Bonner Center for Community-Engaged Learning, Teaching, and Research Education Program is sponsoring an engaging, in-person summer education program, led by America Reads and America Counts tutors who are on campus for Oberlin’s summer semester.
Truman Scholar Plans to Challenge Systemic Injustice in her Community
July 8, 2021
Iesha-LaShay Phillips ’22 applied for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship because of its emphasis on public service and vast network of scholars motivated by a desire to create change. As a Truman recipient, she hopes to pursue a law degree that will allow her to have a deep impact in her community.
Campus Compact names Iesha Phillips ’22 a Newman Civic Fellow
March 24, 2021
Jane Hobson '22
Iesha-LaShay Phillips, a third-year Africana studies and law and society double-major, has been awarded the Campus Compact 2021 Newman Civic Fellowship after being nominated through the Bonner Center for Community-Engaged Learning, Teaching, and Research.
Community-Based Work-Study Program Maintains Connections with Retirement Community
January 20, 2021
Jane Hobson '22
The pandemic hasn’t prevented students from working with Kendal at Oberlin residents.