A Special Panel Discussion at Albion College
Challenges and Emerging Issues in Financial Regulation and Reporting:
A Global Perspective
The last two chairmen of the Financial Accounting Standards Board and a current FASB senior advisor (two of whom are Albion alumni) bring a wealth of industry expertise and leadership to Albion College's Science Complex Atrium for a unique panel discussion on Tuesday, April 5, at 7 p.m. The event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.
Saltzman Featured in Recent News Stories on Labor
Albion College economics and management chair and professor Greg Saltzman has been used as a source in recent Dayton (Ohio) Daily News articles about state governments and public employee unions. His research interests include labor law, management-union relations, employee benefits, health services, and labor union political action.
Read more: Saltzman Featured in Recent News Stories on Labor
English Department hosts the 2011 Yinger Family Lecture
Writer and environmentalist Ann Pancake will present "The Politics of the Imagination" at 7pm on March 17, 2011 in the Towsley Lecture Hall, Norris Center.
Pancake is the author of Strange As this Weather Has Been (2007), a beautiful novel about the Yellowroot mountain community's struggle against the damage of mountaintop removal to their homes, health, and way of life.
Ms Pancake will speak about the issues confronting writers, musicians, photographers, and filmmakers who create art in opposition to the systematic and federally supported annihilation of the Appalachian Mountains. Artists join the grassroots organizers, scientists, lawyers, and other citizens who work to inform all Americans about the destruction of our invaluable natural resources and why this matters to us all.
This lecture is part of Albion College's Year of Sustainability, and is free and open to the public.