Nobel laureate Richard Alley presents a thought-provoking look at climate change as the 2014 Joseph S. Calvaruso Keynote speaker, capping Albion College's 25th annual Elkin R. Isaac Student Research Symposium. Alley takes the Goodrich Chapel stage at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 24. The symposium also features the Isaac Alumni Lecture, to be given by the Michigan Environmental Council's Hugh McDiarmid, '84, on Wednesday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Towsley Lecture Hall, and presentations from nearly 100 Albion students throughout the day on April 24.
From space research to market research, city planning, pediatric medicine and mathematics education, Albion College's 2014 Young Alumni Award recipients represent diverse fields of endeavor open to Albion graduates. A ceremony to honor this year's awardees takes place Saturday, April 26.
The New York Society for Ethical Culture (NYSEC) and United Social Services, Inc. (USS) has named its first public service award in honor of Albion alumna Phyllis Harrison-Ross, '56 (left). Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins will be its inaugural recipient at an April 3 benefit that will include tributes from NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray, New York Yankees President Randy Levine and National Medal of Arts recipient Harry Belafonte, Jr.
Albion alumnus Dave Camp, currently serving his 12th term as a Michigan congressman, announced earlier this week that he will not seek re-election this fall. Since 2011, the Midland native has served as chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, traditionally considered among the most powerful positions in Washington.
Chemistry and mathematics major Stephanie Sanders, ’15, was recently awarded a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship for Excellence in Education for the 2014-15 academic year. She is one of 286 science, mathematics and engineering students selected from among 1,166 applicants nationally and one of just six from Michigan.
One important lesson Sara Sample, '15, learned in France was the importance of history to 21st-century sustainability. "We went out with landscape scientists to look at the landscapes and guess why things were where they were," Sample recalled. "For instance, we looked at an old hunting ground that had high hedges and saw that the hedges were there because of the pheasant hunting that used to go on in these places."
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