Nominations and Applications
The Albion College Presidential Search Committee invites nominations and applications for this significant leadership opportunity. The committee will be accepting nominations and evaluating application materials on a rolling basis throughout the summer of 2013, and will begin to narrow the candidate pool in early September. Although applications will be accepted until the time that a new president is selected, candidates should submit materials by 5 p.m. on Monday, August 26, for the most favorable consideration. The new president will be invited to begin work on or about July 1, 2014.
Dr. Thomas B. Courtice of AGB Search is assisting with this search. Nominators and prospective candidates may contact him by email at or by telephone at 614/395-3229.
Applications should be submitted electronically to:
Mark Newell, chair, Albion Search Committee at .
Materials should include a letter of candidacy that responds to The Agenda for New Leadership and the Attributes of a New President that appear in the presidential search prospectus, a complete CV or résumé, and the names and contact information (phone and e-mail) for three references, none of whom will be contacted until a later stage of the search nor without the formal permission of the candidate. All inquiries and applications will be received and evaluated in full confidence.
Comments and Questions
Please direct comments and questions about Albion College's presidential search to Dr. Thomas B. Courtice of AGB Search at or 614/395-3229.
Dr. Courtice is consulting with the College throughout the process.
IDA Nationals Caps Successful Season for Albion Dressage
Riders and teams from all over the country that compete within the Intercollegiate Dressage Association converged at Mount Holyoke University in South Hadley, Mass., on April 27-28 for the IDA National Championships.
IDA Nationals Caps Successful Season for Albion Dressage (April 27-28, 2013)
Riders and teams from all over the country that compete within the Intercollegiate Dressage Association converged at Mount Holyoke University in South Hadley, Mass., on April 27-28 for the IDA National Championships. This year Albion College qualified to send a team of four riders, with three of those riders also competing as individuals.
At the end of the first day of competition, the team standings put Albion College into the top ten with a respectable ninth place finish.
Individual competition commenced on the second day, and Albion riders again proved their ability to perform under pressure. Team captain and sophomore Paige Gustafson (Dexter/Dexter) came out with a ninth place finish in First Level. Senior Ruthie Doering (Cadillac/Cadillac) secured seventh place in Lower Training Level, and first year rider Maggie-Mae White (South Lyon) pulled off a fourth place in Introductory Level.
The Albion College dressage team had dedicated their season to former teammate and classmate Samantha Christine Green, who passed away suddenly in June 2012. Her memory certainly gave the team a strong reason to show their Briton strength.