Biology major Sarah Jean McPeek '19 explores the breadth and depth of scientific research at Kenyon in a new series.
Lydia Villa-Komaroff kicked off Latinx Heritage Month at Kenyon by discussing her journey as a Mexican-American woman in science.
Wyatt Cole ’19 is the seventh Kenyon student in 12 years to be honored with a Pfizer Society of Toxicology travel award.
Pre-med biology major David Anderson '19 builds upon his Kenyon lab experience with summer research.
Professor Siobhan Fennessy has participated in a three-year U.N.-sponsored study to assess the global environment.
Kenyon will play a critical role in an NSF study to better understand and describe the role and scope of life on Earth.
A biology major's summer research investigates the complex ways that plants use water to ensure their health.
Three biology students spent the summer examining mosquitoes to gain insight into how to eradicate the tiny insects.
The National Science Foundation awards Kenyon nearly $1 million to study high-impact practices for STEM students.
Professor Drew Kerkhoff wins a National Science Foundation grant to study climate change's impact on plant life.
Plant biology student Maria Sorkin ’16 won an international fellowship for her research on moss evolution.
From health care to the environment to agriculture, new research in biology affects our lives on a daily basis, making this dynamic field a good fit for the serious science student as well as the non-major with a broad interest in the natural world.
Biology students at Kenyon learn to make connections between life processes in both the classroom and the laboratory. In fact, beginning in the first year of study, biology students are engaged in lab and research projects of consequence that are unparalleled in most undergraduate biology programs.
At Kenyon, the biology department integrates the research of faculty members into the curriculum and gives advanced students access to the latest discoveries in molecular genetics and ecosystem ecology. Majors are encouraged to co-author scientific papers, serve as teaching proctors, and conduct independent research.