Oberlin College and Conservatory

Hallock Auditorium, Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies

Photo by Janine Bentivegna

Hallock Auditorium is in the Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies. Located on the main level and adjacent to the center’s Living Machine, the auditorium includes a stage, fixed seating for 100 people, fixed projectors, a smart classroom, and a podium.

Audiovisual equipment is controlled from the podium. The auditorium serves the dual purpose of being a lecture space for academic classes and a venue for select campus events.

Food and drink are not permitted.

122 Elm Street, Oberlin, OH 44074

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3/1 5pm
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Karl Offen

Karl Offen left a positive review 2/23/2018

It was wonderful. Not only was it an interesting and well-delivered talk but we experimented with a different format. Professor Baron Pineda spent a few minutes after her talk posing some larger questions derived from it and her book, and then four students who had also read the book asked questions and commented on her work. Jennifer stated to me later how deeply impressed with the depth and scope of these student questions were in general and the brilliance of Oberlin students in particular.

Samuel Hartman

Samuel Hartman left a positive review 11/20/2014

Great stuff!!

Marcelo Vinces

Marcelo Vinces left a positive review 11/20/2014

Very informative and inspiring!