Experience-based science education
Experiential learning is a core value of Antioch College and a strong emphasis in the sciences program. We offer small class sizes and individualized mentorship with faculty who teach all of our classes. Students pursue their own interests in the sciences as they design their own majors. Our renowned Cooperative Education program provides students with multiple opportunities to explore professional scientific experiences. We prepare students for a wide variety of post-graduation opportunities, such as employment, graduate and professional schools.
Learning about Life in Bellows Falls, Vermont: Morgan Hayslip ’21by Morgan Hayslip on March 21, 2020
I have been in Bellows Falls, Vermont, at Chroma Technology, Inc., a company founded by Antioch alumnus Paul Millman, ’68. To say that this has been an experience is an understatement. I have started to grow as a person. I have made some new friends
EMT training: Ben Timmester at Miami Township Fire and Rescueby Ben Timmester on February 27, 2020
This winter I’ve had the opportunity to serve as the Special Projects Coordinator at Miami Township Fire-Rescue (MTFR), located in Yellow Springs. MTFR is mostly a volunteer-based department that provides “Advanced Life Support (ALS) emergency medical transportation, fire prevention and suppression, rescue services, and safety
The hills are alive with the sound of … microscope filters: Noah Greer ’22 at Chromaby Noah Greer on May 14, 2019
Hello, my name is Noah Greer and for my first co-op as an Antioch Student, I decided to head east to work for Chroma Technology. Chroma is an employee-owned business three miles from an ancient milling town called Bellows Falls. When I first arrived in
Veterinary Medicine In Guatemala: Maria Lopez ’21by Maria Andrea Lopez on November 9, 2018
I’m working with a veterinarian in my native land of Guatemala. Most of his work is focused in Santa Cruz del Quiche. He is the only veterinarian of the Quiche department, it is a small town elevated at 2,021 above sea level. Some of my
Anna Samake ’19 at the Tandana Foundation: Spanish Immersion and Storytelling in Highland, Ecuador.by Anna Samake on November 9, 2018
I am currently on my fourth Co-op with the Tandana Foundation in Panecillo, Ecuador. The Tandana Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Anna Taft and it supports community initiatives of various kind such as healthcare programs, women’s literacy, water resources, construction of cotton banks,
Greening Buenos Aires: Michelle Fujii ’18 at Un Arbol Para Mi Vereda in Argentinaby Michelle Fujii on March 22, 2018
Buenos Aires, the large, crowded capital city of Argentina, has many of the environmental problems that other large cities struggle with, such as toxic waste and air pollution. However, it also has significantly less green space per person than what the World Health Organization (WHO)
Science News & Events
Affectionately known as “Chief” and “the Chief,” Professor of Biology Henry Federighi (1900-1960) exemplified the Antioch College envisioned by Arthur Morgan. Morgan sought a faculty not only expert in their fields but also interested in building a...
Before transferring to Antioch I had studied biomedical sciences at another university for two years. However, while shadowing physicians, I had become disenchanted with the conventional medical system and wanted to consider a path that felt more...
I was always passionate about cooking and health but it wasn't until my third co-op, as a Nutrition Education intern in the home office of Natural Grocers, that I realized nutrition was the missing piece of the puzzle. I graduated in 2016 with a B.S....