News and Events

Chemistry Majors - Class of 2014

What we are doing now

Hannah AllgaierUniversity of California, Riverside, Biochem/MolecBio
Christian AndersenCayman Chemical, chemist
Avery Baerlin 
Jacqueline Bodnariuk 
Jennifer CarterCentral Michigan, medical school (MD)
Michael DixWayne State University, medical school
Grace Dougherty 
Brandon Douglas 
Erica EarlMichigan State U, chemical engineering
Eric FinkUniversity of North Carolina at Charlotte, chemistry
Anne GalusDetroit Mercy, dental school
Hayley GerberEli Lilly Corporation, scientist
Haley GitreAerotek Corporation, chemist (Pharmacia)
John Reynald 
Joseph JonesMichigan State U, medical school (MD)
Elizabeth KruppeMichigan Tech, biomedical engineering
Ryan LisowskiEMT in Kalamazoo
Robert Madeira 
Carlos MattiUniversity of Pittsburgh, chemistry
Rebecca McLaughlin 
Jillian McManamanAerotek Corporation, chemist (Pharmacia)
Nicole Melcer 
Alissa ReddyCertified Nursing assistant (preparing for PA school)
Brandon SamsWayne State University, chemistry
William Schmidt 
Heather StonerUniversity of Wisconsin, pharmacy
Joseph ThomasUniversity of Wisconsin, chemistry
Anna WanhalaUniversity of Tennessee, energy science
Brendan Wass 
Robert Wells-SchmidtQuality Control Chemist at Alpha Resins
Allison Wilburn 

Chemistry Majors - Class of 2015

What we are doing now

Paige Ankney 
Anna CieslakWilliam and Mary, Accounting Masters
Spencer Gibbs KibbeGap year working as a CNA in an emergency room
Chaney HathawayEmployment in Accounting
Austin LelleBrewery apprentice
Arianna Leonardi 
Joshua PenderUniversity of Texas at Austin for a PhD in chemistry
Alexander PoolGap year working as a CAN the medical school
Michelle Samson 
Stephanie SandersCornell U to pursue a PhD in physical materials chemistry
Michael TolkaczUniversity of Toledo Medical School
Nicholas WebsterBaylor College of Medicine
Allie Washabaugh2 years of research at U of Michigan in the surgery dept.
Evan YoungU of California, Davis, PhD in chemistry

Institutional Data

The data presented on this website are based on the official records of Albion College and are provided for prospective students, the Albion College community, and other interested individuals and organizations.

Enrollments

Additional details can be viewed by clicking on the links below. Please note the tabs at the bottom of each screen. Each tab provides different aspects of the data.

Enrollment Reports

Student Enrollment Data

Persistence-Graduation Rates

Persistence-graduation rates can be found in the xlsxAlbion College Fall 2015 Graduation Retention Report.

Common Data Set

The Common Data Set (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Thomson Peterson's, and U.S. News & World Report. The combined goal of this collaboration is to improve the quality and accuracy of information provided to all involved in a student's transition into higher education, as well as to reduce the reporting burden on data providers.

This goal is attained by the development of clear, standard data items and definitions in order to determine a specific cohort relevant to each item. Data items and definitions used by the U.S. Department of Education in its higher education surveys often serve as a guide in the continued development of the CDS. Common Data Set items undergo broad review by the CDS Advisory Board as well as by data providers representing secondary schools and two- and four-year colleges. Feedback from those who utilize the CDS also is considered throughout the annual review process.

The CDS is a set of standards and definitions of data items rather than a survey instrument or set of data represented in a database. Each of the higher education surveys conducted by the participating publishers incorporates items from the CDS as well as unique items proprietary to each publisher. Consequently, the publishers' surveys differ in that they utilize varying numbers of items from the CDS.

Those who report data for their colleges are urged to abide by the definitions and the cohorts specified when answering CDS items. They are also urged to use the answers to CDS items when responding to the numerous survey requests they receive, by distributing photocopies of their answers, posting them on their web sites, or by other effective means.

Click on the appropriate year to view Albion College's Common Data Set (in Excel .xls format):

          xls 2016-17 Common Data Set

           xls2015-16 Common Data Set

Institutional Research Data

The following links provide spreadsheets of the indicated data, which were requested by the Curriculum and Resources Committee. Data for the previous five years are provided and updated annually.

Please note that some spreadsheets have several sheets, which can be accessed by clicking on the tabs at the bottom of that spreadsheet. You may copy and paste any parts of these spreadsheets to an Excel file for your own use, but the data must not be altered.

The data elements in these spreadsheets are defined in this docxGlossary (Microsoft Word Format).

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Registrar by calling 517/629-0216, via email , or use the online form.

Geoff McAleenan, '11

Geoff McAleenan, '11Associate
Independent Legal Contractor

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