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Albion Saddened by Passing of Mathematics Emeritus Keith Moore

Keith Moore, mathematics professor emeritus, passed away July 26, 2014.
Mathematics professor emeritus W. Keith Moore, 91, passed away July 26 in Marshall, Michigan. A memorial service will be held Saturday, August 9, at 11 a.m. in the Albion First United Methodist Church’s Wesley Chapel. Moore came to Albion in 1952 and served as department chair for 18 years, more than half his 34-year tenure.

Binda Foundation Supports Next Phase of Education Maymester

Amanda Miley, '13, presents her portfolio at the 2013 Education Maymester Showcase.
The Boundary Crossings program, in which junior-year Albion College students pursuing a teaching career conceive, plan, and teach interdisciplinary subject units to Albion public-school students, received a $15,000 grant to extend the initiative to Marshall High School. Following Albion Public Schools' transition to a K-8 district, the funding allows the successful nine-year-old program to continue to impact the city's high-school-age students.

Albion College Remembers Story, Legacy of Miriam Winter

Miriam Winter received an honorary degree from Albion College at 2009 Commencement.
Miriam Winter, a child survivor of the Holocaust in Poland who received an honorary doctor of humane letters degree from Albion College at 2009 Commencement, passed away July 19. "She inspired many at Albion College to think and feel deeply as well as act effectively in defense of those values that make for a humane society," history professor Geoffrey Cocks said.

Cucinella, '01, Improves Children's Lives at Cambodian NGO

Nick Cucinella, in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Nick Cucinella spearheaded a drive that netted some 60 secondhand laptops for a nongovernmental organization serving children in Cambodia. "Most of these children have never been inside a car, let alone used a computer. The way to bridge the skills gap and prepare our students for meaningful employment is to empower them with technology," explains Cucinella, who is volunteering on-site in Siem Reap. "Teaching someone to fish allows them to survive; teaching a student to write code will allow her to thrive."

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