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Chevy Volt Planner John Ferris, '89, Returns for Isaac Alumni Lecture

John Ferris, '89

The Elkin R. Isaac Research Symposium kicks off with an insider look at the coolest green trend in America's automotive industry. Chevy Volt production planning manager John Ferris, '89, gives the Isaac Alumni Lecture on Wednesday, April 13.

FASB Executives to Discuss Global Finances in Open Panel

Albion's unique affiliation with top members of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) brings an unparalleled chance for the Albion public to better understand the future work of this important group. A panel discussion on "Challenges and Emerging Issues in Financial Regulation and Reporting:  A Global Perspective," takes place Tuesday, April 5, at 7 p.m. in the Albion College Science Complex atrium at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Hannah Street.

Wunderlich Goes West for Learning Experience

Dave Wunderlich, '12, stands with Ken Jenkins who plays the role of Chick on Cougar Town.Dave Wunderlich, '12, stands with Ken Jenkins, who plays the role of Chick on Cougar Town.
Dave Wunderlich, ’12, has found that the Albion Advantage can reach a long way from campus. A communication studies major from Troy, Wunderlich has already completed an internship as a production assistant on the ABC sitcom Cougar Town as part of his experience in Boston University’s Los Angeles Internship Program.

'The Story of Stuff' Screened for Campus

Annie LeonardOne of YouTube's most popular videos, "The Story of Stuff" comes to the big screen at Albion College Tuesday, April 5, at 8 p.m. in the Science Complex Towsley Hall.

"The Story of Stuff" is a simple, entertaining and hard-hitting look at the Western world's consumer habits and the problems these create for the world's people and environments. More than 12 million people worldwide have seen the video. The film's creator and narrator, Annie Leonard, will visit Albion College as the Isaac Symposium Calvaruso Keynote on Thursday, April 14.

This event is part of Albion College's Year of Sustainability (2010-11), dedicated to creative and educational expression of the College's strategic plan focus on sustainability and environmental issues. By regularly providing information and action opportunities, the Year of Sustainability aims to make a positive difference in the lives of students, the campus, the Albion community, and the earth.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Art and Art History department, or 517/629-0246.

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