Albion College's next vice president for enrollment brings a 17-year track record of executive-level success in the Great Lakes region and beyond, and more than a quarter-century overall in higher-education admissions. Steven J. Klein will officially move into Albion's top post overseeing the offices of Admission and Student Financial Services on July 1. He will consult with the staff of each office on an interim basis through the end of June. Most recently, he led a 20-person enrollment team as dean of admissions and financial aid at Wabash College.
Centered on Community
Starting in Fall 2015, Albion College will annually offer four-year tuition, room, and board to as many as 10 first-year students who are Albion residents and attended Albion Public Schools in grades 6-8. Read more
President Ditzler talks about the initiative on WBCK-FM
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Albion College's Sister City efforts earn a national award
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Albion College—in partnership with Antioch College, DePauw University, Hope College, and Oberlin College—has been awarded a grant from the Great Lakes Colleges Association as part of its “Expanding Collaboration Initiative,” funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The grant will go toward the implementation of an Environmental Dashboard, a communication technology that will combine real-time display of water and electricity use in buildings, organizations, and the community as a whole with photographs and words meant to inspire sustainability efforts.
Class of 1917 alumnus Harold E. Gronseth (left), who covered the auto industry for The Wall Street Journal and moved into a successful advertising career at Campbell Ewald in Detroit, is being further honored by his son, Harold R. Gronseth, '52, through an estate gift that will enhance a memorial scholarship for communications students to more than $1 million. "I knew how much he thought of his time at Albion. I just wanted to do something that would be a lasting tribute," said Harold R. Gronseth about his father.
Back in early fall, neither Sebastian Tostado nor Albion College could have predicted the impact one would have on the other. Fast-forward to February, and the first-year student from Mexico says, "About school, I couldn't be happier; the faculty is great," adding, "I'm seeking an engineering degree and Albion has a great 3-2 program." Tostado is also a swimmer, and the Britons likely weren't expecting him to break three team records in his first season, which reaches its climax with this week's MIAA Championships.
With numerous events designed to inspire and inform, Albion College is celebrating Black History Month throughout February. Unless otherwise specified, these events are free and open to the public. For questions and additional information please call 517/629-0501.
Miriam Brysk hasn’t been an artist all her life. In fact, if it wasn’t for her first career as a scientist, her digitally constructed works portraying old photographs in powerfully poignant ways—combining narrative realism and expressionism—may not have materialized. Even more so, however, her transition from successful professor to successful artist required revisiting and re-embracing her early childhood—in Eastern Europe during the Holocaust. Her exhibition Scrolls of Remembrance runs through February 17 in the Bobbitt Visual Arts Center's Munro Gallery.
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