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Anu Muppirala ’19 graduated from Kenyon with highest honors before attending Harvard University in pursuit of her doctorate.
President Sean Decatur reflects on how the pursuit and construction of narratives fuels scientific discovery.
Sarah Jean McPeek ’19 explores the breadth and depth of scientific research at Kenyon in a new series.
Assistant Professor of Psychology Leah Dickens explains the science of being thankful.
A new program pairs women in the physical sciences with faculty mentors to pursue intensive research.
Two Kenyon students win Goldwater Scholarships, the most prestigious undergraduate award in STEM fields.
A new interdisciplinary course explores the promise and peril of artificial intelligence.
A leading researcher in cell membrane proteins, Harvey Lodish '62 is eager to leave a scientific legacy at Kenyon.
Kenyon will receive a $1 million grant to engage underrepresented students in the natural sciences.