Albion Grieves Loss of Physics Professor Dave Seely

Dave Seely

Dave Seely in a 2012 photo. Seely was a professor in the Albion College Physics Department from 1992-2020.
Dave Seely, professor of physics, passed away in his Albion home September 3, two weeks shy of his 62nd birthday. An active member of the Albion College faculty from 1992 until the fall of 2019, Seely's tenure was distinguished for his remarkable devotion to his students, colleagues, department and college.

Physics Alum Kevin Chalut, '99, Discusses His Stem Cell Research

Josh Cassada, Albion College Class of 1995


Kevin Chalut, '99, will receive the Albion College Distinguished Alumni Award in spring 2021 for his research into stem cells at the University of Cambridge in England. He discusses his work and recalls his Albion education in a recent video produced for the College.

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Astronaut Josh Cassada, '95, to Pilot Mission to International Space Station

Josh Cassada, Albion College Class of 1995

Josh Cassada, Albion College Class of 1995
Astronaut Josh Cassada, an Albion College Class of 1995 alumnus, will fly the first mission of a Boeing-manufactured commercial spacecraft to the International Space Station, NASA announced today. It will be Cassada's first spaceflight after his selection by NASA as part of its 2013 astronaut class. The Navy commander and test pilot has accumulated more than 3,500 flight hours in more than 40 aircraft.

Dr. Nicolle Zellner's Research Is Telling a New Story of Earth's Early Days

Nicolle Zellner, associate professor of physics, Albion College

Nicolle Zellner, associate professor of physics, Albion College

Albion College physics professor and lunar impact glass expert Nicolle Zellner has joined a growing group of scientists who believe Earth's early turbulent history may have been different than once believed.

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