The upper Midwest native, who has served as provost and chief academic officer at Goucher College in Maryland since 2007, officially moves into the role of Albion College provost and vice president for academic affairs on July 1. A biologist with a focus on neuroendicrinology, Roy has dedicated his entire career to liberal arts colleges, describing it as "an obligation" so that students "can learn in the best possible ways and have opportunities in their lives to contribute meaningfully to their communities."
The Department of Economics and Management would like to recognize the following students for excellence in scholarship and research. These students were recognized at the Honors Convocation April 23, 2015.
Wes Dick was recognized at Albion College's 2015 Honors Convocation with the United Methodist Church Exemplary Teaching Award. This honor is given annually at each Methodist-affiliated college, to a teacher who recognizes excellence in teaching, civility and concern for students and colleagues, commitment to value-center education, and service to students, the institution and the community.
Seven students notched a major achievement in their Albion College careers by having their abstracts selected as part of the 2015 Experimental Biology conference, an annual gathering of six leading associations in disciplines ranging from anatomy and physiology to biochemistry and nutrition. For two of the students—Safiya Syed, ’16 (left), and Morgan Carey, ’15—the trip to Boston last month brought additional accolades, ones not usually bestowed on undergraduates.
- Seven Alumni Honored for Achievement
- Wolfe, Albion Get Up Close with Microbes at Symposium Keynote
- Albion College Enrolls First Class of Build Albion Fellows
- Albion Makes Princeton Review ‘Green Colleges’ List for 2015
- Noted 'Virus Hunter' Nathan Wolfe to Keynote 26th Isaac Symposium
- Ethnic Studies - Fall 2015