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Personal relationships with faculty and friends are some of the defining characteristics of an Albion experience. Now more than ever, we recognize the importance of relationships. This interactive web series will provide opportunities for you to stay meaningfully engaged.

As we social distance, Albion College is bringing alumni from across the world together. Picture yourself on the couch or yoga mat being able to connect and do life with other Brits in the convenience of your own home. Relationships with faculty and friends are what define an Albion experience and now more than ever, we are here for our alumni as we create opportunities for you to stay meaningfully engaged.

Questions? Contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at 517/629-1835 or .


Celebrating Our 2020 Alumni Award Recipients

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 7:30 p.m. ET


Join host Amy Everhart Perry, ’08 to celebrate three of this year’s Distinguished and Young Alumni Award recipients: Christopher Blaker, ’14, Deanna Behring, ’85, and Craig Kirby, ’85.

Virtual Yoga with JQ Williams, '08

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

JQ Williams, '08 owns and operates the Northern Yoga Center in St. Paul, MN. She is excited to offer this FREE virtual yoga class. Never done yoga before? Don't worry! This class is perfect for all skill levels.

April Fools' Day at Albion College

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

A History of April Fools' Day at Albion College with Current Albion College Archivist, Elizabeth Palmer, '10.

Albion's Best Stay Home, Stay Safe Meals

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Join The Foundry's Emily Verbeke, '03, and Albion Malleable Brewing Company's Ben Wade, '99 and Dr. Charles Moreau as they share their staple recipes and the perfect pairings of beer and food — Albion edition! From delicious chicken pot pie and Briton Brownies to the perfect brew, we have you covered, and you will see the businesses and leaders that are helping transform downtown Albion. A fun opportunity to see a window into the progress to date and the future of our namesake city from those leading the effort.

Student Research Spotlight

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

This time of year traditionally represents the culmination of our students tireless efforts in research and capstone projects. As our students have transitioned to online learning, we hope you will join us as a few of our remarkable students share their work!

This week’s Web Series will showcase the following students research:

  • History major Lauren Bergeron, ’21 sharing her research on the racial prejudice of Civil War Soldiers
  • Biochemistry major Noah Robertson, ’21 sharing his research on drug synthesis
  • Art and Finance major Scott Wistinghausen, ’20 sharing his paintings about opening the dialogue on toxic masculinity.

Earth Day Celebration

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Join us for a celebration of the 50th Earth Day! Albion College was a leader in the first Earth Day and we are continuing the tradition together. We will take a look back at the 1970 celebration with CBS News and look forward to celebrations to come! Featuring The Whitehouse Nature Center, art and music created in honor of the day, and environmentalist alumni who are making a difference in their field.

Commencement Speakers, Speeches & Traditions

Wednesday, May 6, 2020
7:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Join us to celebrate alumni gradiversaries and this year's graduates, by looking back on historic commencement speakers, speeches and traditions. Archivist Elizabeth Palmer, '10, will be back with Library Co-Director Michael VanHouten to share notable stories from past commencements. Hear about Albion's better known and unique keynote speakers such as at the time Vice President George HW Bush. They will also share about the senior horn tradition and other past commencement traditions.

Albion in Athletics

Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 7:30 p.m. ET

Miss sports? We do too.

Join us as an all-star Briton lineup looks back on great moments in Albion athletic history and highlights the impact of Albion alumni on the sports industry. Host and legendary Albion men’s basketball coach Mike Turner, ’69, will welcome several special guests, including:

  • Cedric Dempsey, ’54, former NCAA President, and his wife, June Dempsey ’54;
  • Kyle Klein, ’97, quarterback of the 1994 NCAA Division III championship football team;
  • Lara Juras, ’91, vice president of people and culture for the Minnesota Vikings;
  • Craig Kirby, ’85, founder and CEO of Golf. My Future. My Game.
  • Duncan Beagle, ’70, and Kirk Heinze, ’70, who will describe the 1970 baseball team’s victory over Michigan State 50 years ago;
  • Caden Ebeling, ’21, who will talk about the men’s basketball 2019-20 MIAA championship season.
  • Mary Anne Egnatuk, ’76 Title IX era swimmer and longtime coach.

Celebrating President Ditzler

Wednesday, June 3, 2020, 7:30 p.m. ET

Join us on Wednesday, June 3 at 7:30 p.m. as we celebrate President Ditzler and hear his reflections in his final month as President. We hope to highlight his incredible vision for our campus and show our appreciation for his leadership.

We would love to take this time to discuss all that has been accomplished in the last 6 years, including:

Meet Dr. Johnson and Dr. O'Neill

Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 7:30 p.m. ET

Join us on Wednesday, June 17 at 7:30 p.m. ET as we welcome Dr. Johnson, incoming President, and his partner, Dr. O’Neill, to the Albion community. After their first few weeks in Albion, hear what drew them to the College and community and why they moved across the country to lead here.

Enjoy this sneak peek before Dr. Johnson officially takes office on July 1.

What Do You Love About Albion?

Wednesday, July 15, 2020, 7:30 p.m. ET

Join President Mathew Johnson on Wednesday, July 15 at 7:30 p.m. ET as he asks an alumni panel what they love about Albion.

You have told us what you love about Albion by emailing us at , and now President Johnson is excited to host a conversation on the topic.

James L. Curtis Alumni Leadership Award

Wednesday, July 29, 2020, 7:30 p.m. ET

Join host Milt Barnes, ’79 and Dr. James L Curtis, ’44 on Wednesday, July 29 at 7:30 p.m. ET to celebrate Dr. Darrell Williams, ’77, the inaugural James L Curtis Alumni Leadership Award recipient.

Dr. Curtis grew up in Albion, received his biology degree from Albion College in 1944 and his M.D. from the University of Michigan in 1946. Thus began an incredibly successful career in psychiatry. Mostly based in New York, Dr. Curtis' research and service to students and patients fueled his rise to become Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, Associate Dean of Cornell University Medical College, and Director of Psychiatry at Harlem Hospital Center. Additionally, his commitment to many professional organizations established Dr. Curtis as a true leader in his field.

Dr. Williams received his psychology degree from Albion College in 1977 and went on to study dentistry at the University of Detroit. He practices dentistry with Advantage Health Care Centers, providing his services to underserved communities in the Detroit area. He also provides free dental screenings and referrals for elementary schools in marginalized Detroit neighborhoods. Additionally, Dr. Williams works with local youth, volunteers his time, and created with his wife, Yolanda, the Troy and Shirley Williams Scholarship to help minority students at Albion. In 2014, he was ordained as an elder in the Faith Tabernacle Worship Ministries in Southfield. Visit our website to read more about Dr. Williams and the James L. Curtis Alumni Leadership Award here.

Read about Darrell and Yolanda in “His Playbook For Life” article in the Fall/Winter 2017-18 edition of the Io Triumphe!