Call it Kenyon’s very own pipeline into the art world. Alumni holding key posts at Christie’s have offered internships, externships, and guidance to dozens of students.
Molecular Biology Major Justin Taft '13 is the most recent Kenyon graduate to receive a Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award (Postbac IRTA) from the National Institutes of Health.
Jack Pratt, who became a Congressional chief of staff at a young age, offers pointers on how to land your dream job in Washington D.C.
Kenyon students are back on the Hill after a summer of tackling challenging internships, engaging in volunteer work and immersing themselves in unfamiliar cultures.
Author and DJ Brendan Jay Sullivan ’04, who befriended Lady Gaga early in her career and wrote about it, visits Kenyon on Wednesday, Oct. 16, to discuss his book Rivington Was Ours: Lady Gaga, the Lower East Side, and the Prime of Our Lives.
President Sean Decatur explains why a seemingly straightforward economic measure of the return on investment of a higher education is ultimately flawed.
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently compiled its annual list of Fulbright “top producers,” with Kenyon in a tie for sixth among bachelor’s institutions.
"We would like to offer you a position with us," the woman said, and I nearly dropped the phone at my first job offer. "But," she continued, "Can you be ready to leave the country in a week?"
President Decatur's talk “Is There a Future for Liberal Arts?” at the City Club of Cleveland is featured on Huffington Post Education.
Jake Thorn '14 transitions his career focus from medicine to education by securing an early post with Teach for America.
Making a calendar is stupefyingly easy-- way easier than writing down all your professors’ office hours on your hand.
Andrew Tint ’13 uses persistence to start his career in radio.
Ransom Riggs ’01 is ready to publish the second novel in a trilogy following his best-selling Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
Justin Roberts ’92 nominated for second Grammy award for children’s album.
An immensely complex transplant operation gives a soldier two new limbs. On the team that made it happen: a husband and wife, both Kenyon grads.
New stipend will make internships more accessible for eligible students.
TheBestColleges.org ranks Kenyon as the second "most amazing" college or university campus of 2014.
Alex O’Flinn ’03 edits feature-length film that garners buzz at Sundance.
Get the social recap of Green's Kenyon College talk called "Thoughts on How to Make Things and Why." Photo by: Kathryn Krinsman
Best-selling author Ransom Riggs ’01 shares his secret world with Kenyon.
Anna Bammerlin ’14 awarded prestigious position to research Asian studies in D.C.
Ransom Riggs '01, author of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, talks about his peculiar path to the best-seller list.
A Kenyon connection leads Daniel Akuma ’14 to a research laboratory in preparation for medical school.
Kenyon’s newest alumni are landing everywhere from classrooms to financial firms.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program welcomes seven recent Kenyon alumni.
Three alumnae advance graduate careers with NSF fellowships.
A film and Spanish literature double major, Miguel Alvarez-Flatow ’14 is turning his senior honors thesis into a feature film.
Fulbright Teaching Assistantship in Italy caps off the Kenyon career of Jameyanne Fuller ’14
Kenyon students aid Pelotonia efforts by conducting cancer research at OSU labs.
Jon Green ’14 explains how learning to code helped him become a better writer.
Students’ summer internships ranged from serving the United Nations to writing for Funny or Die.
Kenyon graduates return to campus to share how they broke into the world of finance.
A liberal arts education is excellent preparation for success in a range of careers.
A political science major shares how connections with Kenyon alumni have helped his career.
A new networking system helps unite students and alumni.
The Career Development Office joins the Academic Division to enhance faculty participation.
Nate Lotze '14 trades baseball for folk music, releasing a five-song EP.
A Founders’ Day celebration recognizes significant contributions of Kenyon community members.
Nick Westervelt ’05 and Becky Mumaw ’06 share how they turned a ‘hard-luck farm’ into a success.
Stephanie Mannatt Danler '06 lands a major deal for her debut novel, "Sweetbitter."
“Dancing with the Kenyon Stars” raises money for a local cause.
Here are the ten Kenyon web stories that were most popular in 2014.
A criminal investigation internship positions basketball guard Brien Comey ’16 for a career in law enforcement.
Students like Leticia Osei-Bonsu ’17 get a taste of multiple industries through a job-shadowing program.
Kenyon students indicate high levels of satisfaction on a national survey.
Kenyon is once again a top producer of Fulbright fellows.
An interactive graph illustrates the relationship between majors and careers of alumni.
Kenyon seniors are heading off the Hill and landing everywhere from classrooms to financial firms.
A double major in art and economics helped Grace Janzow '15 land a position at a financial firm.
Edna Kemboi ’16 earned a cellular research internship at a graduate institute for life sciences.
Grant from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations sets the stage for interdisciplinary first-year seminar.
How political activist Jules Desroches ’18 and four other students took advantage of their summer vacations.
Quarterback Jake Bates ’16 lands a finance job with the help of a network of alumni athletes.
Kenyon is helping students find work they want to do through an online job board, an internship contest and more.
Students tackle industry problems with corporate partners as part of a mathematical modeling course.
Dancing with the Kenyon Stars returns with plenty of dips, spins and even lifts — and all those moves raise money for charity.
Aspiring journalist Henri Gendreau '16 is planning for his future through internships and his work as Collegian editor.
These 10 Kenyon web stories were the most popular in 2015.
From Gambier to Morocco to D.C., Haley Townsend '16 pursues her interest in Middle Eastern studies.
Through a job-shadowing program, alumni point India Amos ’17 toward an unexpected career path.
A financial job launches Manjul Bhusal Sharma '16 toward a career in independent investment research.
Talking with students at the inaugural "Celebration of High-Impact Practices" reminds the president of his own undergraduate research experience.
Alexander Nethercutt '16 and Max Siegrist '16 land jobs at Yelp, joining new Kenyon graduates in the workforce.
Justin Shipley ’11 takes comedy seriously as the writer and producer of the new show "Wrecked."
Kenyon teams with the Peace Corps to help students prepare for international careers.
For some Kenyon students, Pelotonia is more than just a weekend of cycling — it’s a summer of research.
Whether blogging about music in Brooklyn or pounding out memos for Joe Biden’s staff in D.C., Kenyon students took full advantage of their summer breaks.
Jon Lorsch, the director of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, shares insight into the state of biomedical research funding in the U.S.
Kenyon is named a top contributor of corps members to Teach For America.
Dozens of Kenyon students board a bus and head to Washington, D.C., to meet alumni, discuss politics, and find their futures.
When Winnie Thaw '17 graduates, she wants to work with an international organization dedicated to human rights and helping people, and her internship with the UN has helped her get closer to that goal.
Kenyon's job shadow program helps one physics major get up close and personal with the International Space Station.
As co-founder of OurTime.org and ATTN:, Matthew Segal '08 works to educate and motivate young voters.
These 10 Kenyon web stories were the most popular in 2016.
Kenyon alumni and students gather in Cleveland to boost their career networks.
Through a job-shadowing program, Kenyon students get a personal look at careers in libraries, emergency medicine, television production and more.
A senior math and economics major plans to put her liberal arts background to work at a financial firm.
Kenyon will celebrate high-impact practices with the second annual "CHIPs" event.
Ian Edwards '17 finds a new way to express himself after discovering dance at Kenyon.
Professor of Music Ted Buehrer '91 encourages the Class of 2017 to embrace constraints, celebrate their creativity and keep in touch.
Holly McCormack of Bennington College joins Kenyon as dean of the Career Development Office on Aug. 14.
Gianna Biaggi '17 earns grants to help develop public service literacy programs.
Just three years after graduation, Sarah Kahwash '14 pursues a degree at Harvard Law without forsaking her interests in economics and journalism.
CDO Dean Holly McCormack gives career advice to seniors and underclass students.
Jennifer Rudolph Walsh '89 discusses how Kenyon sparked a love of storytelling and a career as a top literary agent.