Willa Sachs ’16 and Lila Greco ’15 are honored for their academic contributions to Kenyon.
Two Summer Science scholars win Pfizer awards to present their research at a national conference.
Professor of Biology Wade Powell and his students examine the effects of a pollutant.
A Summer Science Scholar is studying whether microplastics are collecting in the river that flows around the Hill.
Talking with students at the inaugural "Celebration of High-Impact Practices" reminds the president of his own undergraduate research experience.
Two Kenyon students win the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship for high-impact research.
Summer Science Scholars take apart mosquitoes to gain insight into how to eradicate the tiny insects.
Two seniors who have made significant contributions to the College receive an award named in honor of an esteemed professor emeritus of physics.
With the help of a $450,000 grant, Associate Professor of Biology Karen Hicks and students explore seasonal regulation in moss.
Professor of Biology Siobhan Fennessy works with students past and present to investigate the importance of wetlands preservation.
Kenyon's interdisciplinary environmental studies program, previously available only as a concentration, now offers a major.
A biology major's summer research investigates the complex ways plants use water to ensure their health.
Students team up with a leading expert on wetlands to save ecosystems from toxic runoff.
Rachel Nguyen ’19 and physics professor Tom Giblin publish research on the dark origins of the universe.