September 7, 2022

Nick Diamond, ’15, was a double major in French and Cell and Molecular Biology at Albion less than a decade ago. Now he’s a leading voice in the fight against Monkeypox.

June 10, 2022

‘We do not need to do this work alone.’ Discussion and ideas flow around colleges’ potential for local and global impact.

May 23, 2022

The economics and management graduate who minored in psychology and cell and molecular biology competes May 27-28.

April 29, 2022

Is that spicy yellowtail really tuna? Albion students gain experience in DNA extraction and identification techniques.

April 1, 2022

On Thursday, March 31, students, faculty, staff and community members gathered for the Anna Howard Shaw keynote, delivered by MK Czerwiec.

August 26, 2021

The agreement provides flexible opportunities for students entering the nursing field.

August 4, 2021

While focusing on freshwater macroinvertebrates, Jess Garcia-Lopez, ’22, is also adding knowledge around wild rice growing in the Whitehouse Nature Center.

March 29, 2021


March 10, 2021

“I feel like at a bigger school, I’d be very intimidated to talk to my professor in that way, where we can be vulnerable with each other. Having that small faculty-to-student ratio makes it very comfortable to have conversations like that.”

December 3, 2020

When your research and teaching focuses on microbes, you can work anywhere—and Dr. Ola Olapade, professor of biology, has covered a lot of ground. His own research has taken him to the confluence of the Indian and Atlantic oceans in South Africa, Mayan ruins in Mexico and Belize (where he studied the impacts and contributions of microbes to the degradation and deterioration of stone monuments), Morocco, the Great Lakes and more.