Mary Baker, '20, Connects as Ohio Department of Agriculture Intern

Mary Baker, '20
"For most people, agriculture can mean planting crops and taking care of animals," writes Mary Baker, a junior political science and Spanish major with a concentration in public policy. "For me this summer, it meant learning how politics and the industry come together, and communicating through social media." Baker is also a member of Albion College's Ford Institute and Honors Program, as well as a member of the equestrian dressage team.

CMU Med School Early Assurance Program Admits First Albion Grads

View from Albion College's Kellogg Center
Class of 2018 members Phoebe Dodge, Garrett Mason and Megan Reilly are the first Albion College graduates to earn admission to the Central Michigan University College of Medicine as part of the new cooperative agreement between the two institutions. "It's a big win for Central and it's a big win for Albion," says Brad Rabquer, associate professor of biology and the director of Albion's Institute for Healthcare Professions.

Albion Once Again Recognized by Fiske Guide to Colleges

Albion College is among the institutions featured in the Fiske Guide to Colleges 2019.
Albion College is among a select group of institutions featured in the Fiske Guide to Colleges 2019. The publication, now in its 35th edition and considered one of the best independent college guides available, mentions that Albion "attracts an ambitious, involved group of students" while touting the College's "top-notch academic and career counseling."

Jamal Yearwood, '17, Published in Respected General Medicine Journal

Jamal Yearwood, Albion College Class of 2017
2017 Albion grad Jamal Yearwood, who majored in Spanish and minored in management as a member of the Institute for Healthcare Professions, was second author on a health policy article published in The Lancet—one of the very top academic journals in general medicine.

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