How the daughter of a slave became the first African American woman to earn a degree—TIME
Davis will explore the environment and play the violin in Samoa's capital city of Apia.
Zager gained knowledge of Portuguese language and Capoeira Angola at Oberlin.
Hispanic studies course brings opportunity for practical application of advanced language skills.
The second-year student will study Japanese in Hikone, Japan.
Kiela Nelson ’18 will travel to Senegal to study African culture and performance.
Okun hopes to improve his teaching skills and learn what life is like for the Russian people.
A scholar athlete, Newton plans to pursue a PhD in politics or Africana studies.
Ethnomusicologist Fredara Hadley shares her love of black music, women in jazz, and students finding their voice.
Artist diploma program in piano technology bridges gap between technicians and concert pianists.
Oberlin Conservatory’s annual competition awards four featured soloist spots to outstanding students in their final year.
Summer program facilitates dialogue on human rights and social justice.
Senior Adam Chazin-Gray will receive $50,000 to use toward research and graduate studies in climatology, microbiology, and public health.
Assistant Professor Chie Sakakibara collaborates with Alaska Native community to study climate change, cultural resilience, and the reciprocal relationships between humans and animals.
During her fellowship, Cohen looks forward to learning about the French language from an Ivorian perspective and continuing her study of West African photography.
The multilingual alumna is returning to Russia to teach at a university.
Schwartzman says she looks forward to immersing herself in a language she is passionate about learning.