Through the Science and Technology Research Opportunities for a New Generation (STRONG) Program, Oberlin gives students who identify as first-generation college students, Pell Grant-eligible, women, or people of color the opportunity to conduct research before entering college. Now in its second year, the impact of the program is evident.
Second-year Angel Nuñez (right), who worked on a lithium atomic spectroscopy project with Associate Professor of Physics Jason Stalnaker in the first session, credits his experiences in STRONG with sealing his decision to study physics and chemistry.
Photograph by Tanya Rosen-Jones ’97
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35 miles west of Cleveland
Nearest Airport: CLE
9% in-state, 84% out-of-state,
7% from abroad
and 40+ theater & dance
productions every year
Oberlin graduates go on to earn
than alumni of other undergraduate colleges
Steinway grand pianos,
1,500 instruments of highest quality
in grants awarded to
students each year