Alsheskie, '15, Meets Pressing Need in Chicago Center Internship
Waterford native and accounting major Kyle Alsheskie, '15 (pictured with fellow Albion student Alissa Castellanos, '15), didn’t have to travel far during the spring 2014 semester to complete a rich experiential learning opportunity that allowed him to grow as an individual, build his résumé, and make important career networking contacts.
History's Geoff Cocks Adds Insight to ESPN World Cup Documentary
Albion College history professor Geoff Cocks, noted for his scholarship on Nazi-era Germany and the Third Reich, offered his insight about why the Italian soccer commissioner of the time may have hidden the World Cup trophy as part of an ESPN 30 for 30: Soccer Stories documentary, “Mysteries of the Rimet Trophy.”
Miss Indiana USA Mekayla Diehl, ’11, Prepares for Big Stage
If the six months since Mekayla Diehl, ’11, was crowned Miss Indiana USA have been a whirlwind, she can only imagine what her lifestyle will be like if she successfully completes her quest of becoming the first Native American and Hoosier to be proclaimed Miss USA. The Albion communications studies graduate will vie for the crown live on NBC, Sunday, June 8, from 8-11 p.m. ET.
Physics' Zellner Discusses Meteor Shower on WILX Newscasts
May 23, 2014
Nicolle Zellner, associate professor and chair of physics at Albion College, appeared on the May 23 evening newscasts on WILX, channel 10 in Lansing, to talk about the meteor shower that was forecast to appear in the early hours of May 24.
Zellner, a planetary scientist, received her Ph.D. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2001 and has been teaching at Albion College since 2005. Read about her research on her blog.