Psychological Science

March 28, 2024

Extracurricular involvements and Spanish and psychology majors turn out to be unexpected prep for ministry for Kelsey Burns French ’17.

August 8, 2023

A recent trip to Ecuador by an Albion College delegation of faculty and staff will help broaden the international experience of students by establishing a new partner institution.

May 23, 2022

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

March 31, 2022

Read about four recent graduates’ deepening connection to their alma mater through their staff and faculty roles at the College.

June 30, 2021

The psychology professor has received a national social sciences mentoring award from the Council on Undergraduate Research.

March 30, 2021


January 14, 2021

Originally, it was a collaboration borne of requirement and necessity. But now a virtual tutoring program called “Ask Albion” has evolved into a new way for Albion College students and students in Marshall Public Schools (MPS) to work together in the name of education.

January 13, 2021

Recently featured in national and state media, Beaumont Health’s medical director for infectious disease prevention talks about his recent front-line experience as well as his Albion pre-med path.

December 19, 2018

Albion College psychology professor emeritus John Philip Hostetler passed away December 15 in Albion, at the age of 86. An Indiana native who received his undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees from Purdue University, Hostetler moved north in 1964 to spend his 35-year teaching career at Albion College.

October 23, 2018

Griselda Iñiguez, ’19, figured out early on that hard work and determination were the keys to success. Now, as a senior at Albion College, she has learned those lessons and more, both as a psychology major and as a member of the equestrian team. “I’m a lot more independent,” she says.