With funds from a National Science Foundation grant—and the help of a monstrous caterpillar—interdisciplinary teams of Kenyon students and professors are exploring one of life's most intriguing mysteries. The focus is metabolism itself, "the fire of life," and more specifically a remarkable consistency seen in creatures from bacteria to blue whales.
Lila Greco ’15 is honored as a presenter at a major mathematics conference.
With cutting-edge software developed at Kenyon, physics professor Tom Giblin and his students investigate the universe.
Willa Sachs ’16 and Lila Greco ’15 are honored for their academic contributions to Kenyon.
Student dancers present their work, plus original music, at a fall concert.
Robert Fesq, a longtime member of Kenyon’s mathematics faculty, has died.
An interactive graph illustrates the relationship between majors and careers of alumni.
Robin Dunn '16 wins a highly competitive scholarship for math and science students.
Professor of Mathematics Carol Schumacher has been elected faculty chair starting July 1.
Four faculty members were awarded tenure by action of the Board of Trustees.
Kenyon faculty members share some facts about the meaning of leap days in their disciplines.
Mathematics major Robin Dunn ’16 wins a National Science Foundation grant to support her research career.
Zachary Weiner ’16 is a finalist for a national award recognizing outstanding achievements in physics.
Her Campus features some of the many women studying STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) at Kenyon College.
A grant from the Henry Luce Foundation will help foster research careers among women in the sciences at Kenyon.
A senior math and economics major plans to put her liberal arts background to work at a financial firm.
Mathematics and art collide in a new course designed to help students forge connections between design and digits.
A team of students and professors install solar panels on schools in Belize.
Cecina Babich Morrow '18 wins the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship to support her career in the sciences.
Professor of Mathematics Carol Schumacher wins a top math award for her inspiring teaching.
Eight recent Kenyon alumni, the most in Kenyon history, win competitive NSF graduate fellowships.
A new novel from John Green '00 is set to rock the young-adult literary world. But what is the meaning behind the book's curious title?
Math major Justin Clark '19 explores how people determine where to go for medical care.