Physics Alum Kevin Chalut, '99, Discusses His Stem Cell Research

Josh Cassada, Albion College Class of 1995

Kevin Chalut, '99, will receive the Albion College Distinguished Alumni Award in spring 2021 for his research into stem cells at the University of Cambridge in England. He discusses his work and recalls his Albion education in a recent video produced for the College.

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Student Success Is the Driving Force for the Brand New Cutler Center

Stockwell Library

Stockwell LibraryWith leadership from Dr. Shannon O’Neill, associate dean for student success, the Sally S. '75 and Alexander M. Cutler Center for Student Success and Academic Achievement aims to quickly become an integral resource, bringing together in one inviting and student-friendly Stockwell Library space a range of services often found in different areas of college campuses.

Albion Remembers Sociology Professor Len Berkey

Len Berkey

Len Berkey

Professor of sociology emeritus Len Berkey passed away August 3 in Washington State. For more than 35 years, Berkey taught his Race and Ethnicity course to packed classrooms, exciting hundreds of students to wrestle with some of the most complex and controversial aspects of modern American society.

Rebecca Wagener, '21, Brings Context to Recent Gift of South American Artifacts

Rebecca Wagener, '21

Rebecca Wagener, '21
"Unless we can provide a context for indigenous objects, we might as well not have them," says professor of art and art history Bille Wickre, referring to a collection of pre-Columbian art recently given to Albion College. Researching that context—which Wickre calls "a gift to the world"—was an ideal summer project for Rebecca Wagener, '21 (left).

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