Oberlin College and Conservatory

Events

Monday, October 8

Portal: Oberlin & Herat, Afghanistan

The Herat Portal is supported by Code To Inspire (CTI), which uses technology education and outreach to provide Afghan women with leverage in their fight for...

Law and Society Majors Meeting

Are you a Law and Society Program major or minor, or thinking of becoming one? Come to a pizza lunch (bring your own drink) as we explain new requirements...

Employers Need You: Your Skills and the Future of Work (pizza lunch)

The skills you are building at Oberlin will be needed in the future workforce. Gary Bolles, Chair of the Future of Work at Singularity University for this...

Employers Need You: Your Skills and the Future of Work Pizza Lunch

The skills you are building at Oberlin will be needed in the future workforce. Gary Bolles, Chair of the Future of Work at Singularity University for this...

Portal: Oberlin & Mexico

A discussion among the class Human-Computer Interaction between Oberlin & Mexico City Portal. The Portal in Mexico City has moved around town, garnered...

"Ask Me Anything:" The Future of Work and the Liberal Arts

Gary A. Bolles ’18, internationally recognized expert on the future of work and the future of learning, will share strategies for helping individuals,...

Careers in Journalism: Talk on The Fall of Wisconsin

Come hear from Dan Kaufman, NYTimes/NYer journalist and the author of The Fall of Wisconsin: The Conservative Conquest of a Progressive Bastion & The Future...

Food, Health and Culture in Latino Los Angeles

Lecture by Sarah Portnoy, associate professor of teaching at the University of Southern California. Prof. Portnoy explores the history of Latino cuisine in...

Journalist Dan Kaufman on the Fall of Wisconsin

For more than a century, Wisconsin has been known nationwide for its progressive ideas and government. It famously served as a "laboratory of democracy," a...

Performing Arts College Fair

Representatives from music schools all across the country converge in Oberlin to answer your questions, offer insight into their programs, and share valuable...

Sanctuary Speaker Series —Sanctuary as Family Activist: Amallia Pallares

Lecture by Amallia Pallares, associate chancellor and vice provost for diversity, University of Illinois, Chicago This event is part of a lecture series...

Pathways 2018: Sara Krugman ’08 – From Discursive Art to Medical Design, and Back

This speaker series brings together current students and art department alumni who share how they navigated life with a BA in Art. Each alum in this series...

Charles Beebe Martin Lectures in Classics: Shadi Bartsch

Shadi Bartsch, Helen A. Regenstein Distinguished Service Professor in Classics at the University of Chicago, will give four lectures on "Revolutionary...

Monday, October 8