Hayley Larson '14 teaches at Aloft Circus Arts and Aerial Dane Chicago and performs as Duo Filamental.
Noalle Fellah ’16 is combining her passion for art history and chemistry as she pursues a PhD at New York University.
Bradley Hamilton and Jennifer Jimenez will spend 10 weeks working on cutting-edge projects with HHMI scientists.
Rabin will advise and assistant teach college English as a Second Language science and math students.
Senior Shavonne Stanek receives an Undergraduate Research Award from the Forum on Education Abroad for her in-depth study of fishing practices in Zanzibar.
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.
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.
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.
Associate Chemistry Professor Catherine Oertel ’99 is earning nods for teaching and research.
During the summer, Oberlin students assist faculty with important research, while making discoveries of their own.
Margaret Nichols has won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, and Adam Birdsall has received honorable mention.
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