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For Aspiring Teachers, Albion's Maymester Proves Learning Goes Beyond Books

 Albion College's Boundary Crossing Maymester program is in its 11th year.
Albion College's Maymester education program, formally called Boundary Crossings and now in its 11th year, features 18 juniors and seniors who want to pursue a career in the classroom. It is under the guidance of associate professor Suellyn Henke and Karen Hoaglin, liaison for the Fritz Shurmur Center for Teacher Education. For many, it's an eye-opening experience that provides the first opportunity to see what it's truly like to teach a class.

Albion Mourns the Passing of Frank Bonta, ’49, Dean of Admissions, Emeritus

Frank Bonta, '49, in 1982 during his time as Albion College's dean of admissions.
From 1951 to 1995, Frank Bonta represented the College to prospective students and their families. "It's hard to put into words what Albion College meant to Frank," said Chuck Frayer, '77, about his father-in-law, who died May 20 after a long illness at the age of 92. "Although Frank had a long, distinguished career at Albion, the College was always more than a place to work. The relationships he formed at Albion continued beyond his retirement and remained at the center of his life."

2017 Economics and Management Award Winners

Economics and Management Outstanding Major
The Department of Economics and Management would like to recognize the following students for excellence in scholarship and research. These students were recognized at the Honors Convocation April 20, 2017.

Survey Helps Comm Studies Professor Find Silver Linings in Dark Clouds

Bethany Mutter survey seeks to find answers to tough questions
Bethany Mutter, visiting assistant professor of communication studies, conducted a survey over the entire 2016-17 academic year to learn how people handle difficult experiences in their lives. The results are proving to be an eye-opener for her and have provided a voice for those who need someone to listen.

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