Hookups make students pickier about partners’ bodies, Kenyon research suggests.
Biology research experience helped Issam Hamdallah ’16 nab a prestigious internship with the National Institutes of Health.
Robin Dunn '16 wins a highly competitive scholarship for math and science students.
Edna Kemboi ’16 earned a cellular research internship at a graduate institute for life sciences.
Professor Ben Schumacher has received a grant to study eidostates.
Students tackle industry problems with corporate partners as part of a mathematical modeling course.
A biology professor’s bacterial samples collected from an Antarctic lake were chosen for genetic mapping at a federal lab.
Assistant professors of physics Leslie and Madeline Wade share their involvement in the milestone detection of gravitational waves.
An online database helps the anthropology department share decades of detailed research from Honduras.
Mathematics major Robin Dunn ’16 wins a National Science Foundation grant to support her research career.
Professor Drew Kerkhoff wins a National Science Foundation grant to study climate change’s impact on plant life.
Using new computer codes, researchers including Professor John T. Giblin Jr. attempt to map the universe using Einstein's full theory of relativity.
Professor Andrew Engell is awarded the Harvey F. Lodish Faculty Development Chair in the Natural Sciences.
Two Kenyon professors number among the more than 1,000 contributors to the Nobel Prize-winning LIGO Scientific Collaboration.
A grant from the Henry Luce Foundation will help foster research careers among women in the sciences at Kenyon.
Students share expertise on the Zika virus in a recent panel discussion.
Kenyon students try to evolve an Earth microbe to grow in Mars soil.
With the help of a $450,000 grant, Associate Professor of Biology Karen Hicks and students explore seasonal regulation in moss.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Jacqueline McAllister secures a Fulbright grant to research international criminal tribunals in Europe.
Professor of Biology Siobhan Fennessy works with students past and present to investigate the importance of wetlands preservation.
Eight recent Kenyon alumni, the most in Kenyon history, win competitive NSF graduate fellowships.
Six Kenyon students undertake cutting-edge cancer research as part of Kenyon's ongoing partnership with Pelotonia.
Math major Justin Clark '19 explores how people determine where to go for medical care.
Students team up with a leading expert on wetlands to save ecosystems from toxic runoff.
Kenyon plays a key role in a National Science Foundation study investigating how peat moss affects carbon cycles.
Max Smith ’18 and Toneisha Stubbs ’18 win this semester’s Franklin Miller Awards for their contributions to Kenyon’s academic environment.