Communication Studies

July 29, 2022

The Gerstacker Institute student pursues a human resources path while balancing leadership roles in athletics and Greek life.

June 30, 2022

The Gerstacker Institute student and Albion golf team member drives gift shop sales as a USGA merchandising intern.

August 23, 2021

A summer internship with the newspaper’s Op/Ed team offered an appreciation for journalistic integrity and the continuing importance of traditional media.

August 23, 2019

In addition to his studies, Chris Bell, ’20, gives back to the Albion community as part of the College’s Build Albion Fellows Program. Little did he know that he also would have a month-long opportunity this year to give back to Albion’s sister cities, Noisy-le-Roi and Bailly, France.

April 19, 2019

With an eye toward the future and a nod to the past, Albion College has established two new majors that will put a fresh spin on traditional subjects. Integrated marketing communication will be added in the Department of Communication Studies, while marketing management will be available in the Department of Economics and Management.

January 19, 2019

In deciding to attend Albion College, Sarah Kilbreath, ’20, assumed she would give up her dream of working in media production. But thanks to The Philadelphia Center, Kilbreath spent the fall semester on shoot sets, in editing rooms and drinking a lot of 5 a.m. coffee, getting valuable experience in a field she hopes will become a career.

December 8, 2017

“People with a disability like diabetes are often viewed as unable to do certain tasks, and this stereotype can cause issues during employment,” says Zachary Hall, ’18, who is interning with the national College Diabetes Network (CDN) while simultaneously finishing his senior year at Albion College. His work focuses on the CDN “Off to Work” guide, which gives practical advice to young people with diabetes in the job market.

May 11, 2017

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.

May 27, 2016

The first game was Read Between the Wines. The new game is Brew Ha Ha! And the third game, currently in the midst of some serious research and development, is called Whiskey Business. And they are all part of an online startup, Uncorked Games. Sense a theme? Audra Quinn (left), ’03, laughs. She knows how it looks. But the Royal Oak native isn’t as interested in alcohol and the consumption thereof as she is camaraderie and fun and, yes, perhaps making a few bucks.