Archer, '13, Set to Study Business in London
It took a special opportunity to pull Alex Archer, ’13, off the golf course for a year. Archer, a student in Albion College’s Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management, will leave his clubs behind in September when he begins taking four classes at the London School of Economics and Political Science for the entire academic year.
Finding Genes to Fight Cancer: Kimmy Leverenz's Summer 2011 Internship
Almost every day, I look at my watch, feeling like I have been there for a few hours, and all of a sudden it is 5 o'clock. I also really like the idea that the work I am doing could potentially help a great deal of people, one reason I want to go into medicine.
Expert Discusses 'Financial Wellness' in Gerstacker Event
Addressing an important part of healthy living, Albion College's Gerstacker Institute invited expert Sarah Fisher to discuss "Financial Wellness." Fisher brought this message in a public address November 14 in the Bobbitt Visual Arts Center.
Gerstacker Students Help Albion Win Regional Fed Challenge
Demonstrating their understanding of the workings of the Federal Reserve, a team of Albion students—including Heather Waldron, Thomas Worden, Andrew Bieber, and Evan Malecke from the Gerstacker Institute—received honorable mention status as one of five teams taking part in the 2011 College Fed Challenge national finals in Washington, D.C. Albion went up against Harvard, Rutgers, North Carolina-Chapel Hill and Lafayette in the nation's capital, which followed a victory in the Chicago District College Fed Challenge.
Read more: Albion College Students Win Regional Fed Challenge Competition