Academics

New Professor's First Book Reveals War History Through Missionary's Eyes

Joseph W. Ho

An almost forgotten family history reveals a grandfather's past as a noncombatant war hero in the first book published by Albion's newest history professor, who is just finishing his first semester on campus. Joseph W. Ho, with University of Michigan emeritus professor Charles Bright, is co-editor of War and Occupation in China: The Letters of an American Missionary from Hangzhou, 1937–1938.

New CIE Director Cristen Casey Hopes to Share Spirit of Adventure

Cristen Casey, director of Albion College's Center for International Education and Off-Campus Programs

Cristen Casey began in July as Albion College’s new director of the Center for International Education and Off-Campus Programs with a goal of solidifying Albion’s reach internationally and, perhaps more important, emphasizing for students the benefit of studying abroad.

PBS's Alexander Heffner Discusses Civil Discourse at Aldrich Forum

Alexander Heffner
PBS scion Alexander Heffner filled Bobbitt Auditorium on November 15 for a distinctly 21st-century conversation on civil discourse for the 2017 David Aldrich Memorial Speaker Forum in Law, Justice, and Society.

Austin Baidas, '92, Finds His Way Home as an Albion Visiting Scholar

Austin Baidas, '92
Austin Baidas, '92, recently shared his experience and background in business and politics with Albion students as a visiting scholar. He is the first alumnus to participate in a budding College initiative known as the Visting Scholars Program, and it seemed to resonate with the students. “Two decades or so ago, I was sitting in their position," he said.

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