Denault Receives Off-Campus Research Prize
The Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) recently recognized Chelsea Denault, '12, for writing the best student research project in the humanities on an ACM program during the 2010-11 academic year. Denault completed the project, "The Spirited Will Act: Josiah Quincy, Jr. and the Mob Culture of pre-Revolutionary Boston" while participating in the ACM's Newberry Library Seminar during the fall 2010 semester.
Baker's Research Sheds Light on Causes of Unethical Behavior in the Workplace
Albion College economics and management professor Vicki Baker has spent her academic career studying the decisions individuals make in the workplace. In a paper recently published in Personnel Psychology, Baker and her colleagues from the London Business School, Cornell University, the University of Michigan, and Pennsylvania State University developed a measure to predict unethical behavior.
Science Writer, Gene Researcher Examine Health Issues During Isaac Symposium
"The Man-Made Flu Debate" is explained by one of the nation's most prominent and engaging science writers on Thursday, April 19, in the Norris Center Towsley Hall. Writer and policy analyst Laurie Garrett is the 2012 Joseph S. Calvaruso Keynote speaker, capping the College's Isaac Student Research Symposium. The Symposium opens Wednesday, April 18, an Towsley Hall, as Lawrence Schook, '72, gives the Isaac Alumni Lecture.
Ethnic Studies Students Discuss 'Genesis of Hip-Hop'
Albion College's Ethnic Studies Scholars discuss "The Genesis of Hip-Hop" with a panel and discussion Wednesday, April 4, at 6 p.m. in the Bobbitt Visual Arts Center.
The event will cover the origins of hip-hop, its social and political context, and original purposes. The presentation will focus on 1970-80s development, but presenters include current student researchers and performers.
This presentation is free and open to the public. For more information contact event organizer Calvin Walds (
) or Demetrius Washington (