Albion College is again recognized as one of the nation’s best higher education institutions with its inclusion in the 2016 edition of Fiske Guide to Colleges.
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
Reopening the Bohm: Read about a landmark internship for Andrea Walles, '15
Albion College's Sister City efforts earn a national award
Watch an expert panel discuss "Albion Tomorrow"
Geology professor Thom Wilch has been invited to help direct the course of Antarctic research funded by the National Science Foundation. This week Wilch began a one-year appointment in Arlington, Virginia, as NSF program director of Antarctic Earth Science in the Division of Polar Programs.
Albion College's Ford Institute was hopping June 14-20 as staffers organized a visit by 120 members of Knox Presbyterian Church from Naperville, Illinois. The church, which has a College connection via the Ford Institute, chose the Albion community as its annual mission trip destination.
Elizabeth Schultheiss, executive director of the Albion Community Foundation, appeared on the June 24 edition of "The Prosperity Agenda," a monthly program produced by the Michigan Municipal League that airs on WJR 760 AM in Detroit. Schultheiss, who also serves as board chair for the Friends of the Bohm Theatre, talked about the Bohm's restoration—which recently earned a Governor's Award for Historic Preservation—and what it means for the entire Albion community with Dan Gilmartin, executive director and CEO of the Michigan Municipal League, and John Gallagher of the Detroit Free Press.
Olivia Potoczak graduated from Albion last month as an English major and a geology minor—and with a passion for writing about environmental issues. Her particular interest in sparking an informed conversation about climate change among Millennials grew into something rather substantial, as her blog, The Climate Pickle, evolved over the course of the academic year into a full-fledged senior thesis.
Stephanie Thurner, '17, hopes to become a marine biologist in the future, and this summer she is taking charge of the path to reach that goal. The biology and mathematics major from Caledonia, Michigan—and the top middle hitter on the Albion volleyball team—is studying parental provisioning and post-fledgling behavior in house wrens with professors Dale Kennedy and Doug White. "This is my research with them guiding me," Thurner says. "Students don't get the opportunity to choose and pick research at big universities."
- Michigan Athletic Trainers Honor Albion's Bob and Carol Moss
- Visiting Fulbright Scholar Strengthens Albion-Costa Rica Ties
- Albion Receives NEA Grant for 'The Big Read'
- Next Pitch for Rinkinen, '11: Harvard Medical Residency
- Chemistry's French Takes On New Community-Focused Role
- College, City Receive $25,000 History Project Grant
- For Davises, It's the Albion Ties That Bind
- Commencement 2015: Recognizing Achievement, Community
- McWhirter Shares Thoughts in Advance of Holocaust Studies Trip
- Marc Roy to Become Next Albion Provost