A leading researcher in cell membrane proteins, Harvey Lodish '62 is eager to leave a scientific legacy at Kenyon.
Eight recent Kenyon alumni, the most in Kenyon history, win competitive NSF graduate fellowships.
Kenyon will receive a $1 million grant to engage underrepresented students in the natural sciences.
Erin Keleske '18, a champion for sustainability efforts at Kenyon, is honored for her dedication to the College community.
Professor of Mathematics Carol Schumacher wins a top math award for her inspiring teaching.
Building on lessons from a physics class, students install solar panels at the Village Inn.
Cecina Babich Morrow '18 wins the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship to support her career in the sciences.
Kenyon will honor the career of Professor Emerita of Biology Kathryn Edwards with a daylong symposium celebrating women in science.
Kenyon's interdisciplinary environmental studies program, previously available only as a concentration, now offers a major.
Professor of Biology Siobhan Fennessy works with students past and present to investigate the importance of wetlands preservation.
With the help of a $450,000 grant, Associate Professor of Biology Karen Hicks and students explore seasonal regulation in moss.
Kenyon students try to evolve an Earth microbe to grow in Mars soil.
Students share expertise on the Zika virus in a recent panel discussion.