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“Plan a visit to Albion. And when you’re here, ask questions everywhere you go.”
“Our students study abroad and intern around the country. In the classroom, Albion students discuss pressing issues and conduct meaningful research with their professors.”
“Albion is a place to learn and grow. The individual attention students receive sets Albion apart.”
“There are plenty of year-round outdoor activities. The Kalamazoo River, the Nature Center, and Victory Park are all just a short walk away.”
The first thing she tells a prospective student about:
The Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service.
Never Misses: Move-in day.
Her dream destination: Australia.
Favorite Albion moment:
Watching her little sister play on the Briton women’s soccer team.
Her hidden talent:
I look forward to Friday afternoons, but not for the reasons you think. For me, the time is an uninterrupted stretch to be in the lab and “get my feet wet” again. My research lies at the intersection of physical, organic, and inorganic chemistry, and I love talking to my students about their data and what those mean. I love that the compounds we make are not boring white, but instead glow with vibrant reds, oranges, and blues. And most importantly, I am excited about the impact that our data will have on the field of molecular magnetism.