2009-10 News

AT&T Michigan Joins Employees to Support Albion College

attgift1.jpgAT&T Michigan external affairs director Terry Mulvihill recently visited Albion to present Albion College with funds from AT&T's matching gift program. AT&T Michigan matched $640 of donations made to the College by Michigan AT&T employees. This gift was only part of the more than $3,000 given to Albion College by the company this fiscal year.

Professor Emeritus Charley Schutz Passes Away in Ann Arbor

schutz1.jpgProfessor emeritus of political science Charles "Charley" Schutz died Friday, June 25 in Ann Arbor. He was 84. Survivors include his wife, Elaine Martin, children Alicia Martin-Schutz, Justin Schutz, Jason Schutz and three grandchildren.

USA Today Salutes Albion's Success with Grandparents College

grandparentscollege1.jpgAlbion's inaugural Grandparents College, three full days of unique experiences designed specifically for grandparents and grandchildren, is prominently featured in the June 29, 2010 USA Today. The article, a comprehensive look at similar programs across the country, quotes several alumni and is headed with a photo taken during Albion's Grandparents College on June 22.

Volunteers Sought for Amphibian survey, Honeysuckly Removal at Albion College Whitehouse Nature C

The Whitehouse Nature Center (WNC) invites Michigan volunteers for two unique environmental opportunities this summer. The amphibian survey takes place Saturday, July 17, from 9 a.m. to noon, and the Honeysuckle Hunt will be held Saturday, August 7 from 9 a.m. to noon.

The amphibian survey is focused on identifying and counting frogs, otads and salamanders along the Kalamazoo and WNC wetland areas. Participants do not need experience or familiarity with amphibian species. Participants should be prepared to walk through water and mud.

The Honeysuckle Hunt is a large-scale removal of the invasive plant from the WNC's woodcock habitat. Participants should wear shoes or boots and bring gloves, clippers and limb cutters if they have them.

These events are free and the public is encouraged to assist with these important WNC activities.For more information, contact David Green, director of the Whitehouse Nature Center, at 517/629-0582 or .

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