Albion College, in partnership with DePauw University, Grinnell College, Hope College, Lawrence University and Wabash College, has been awarded a $335,000 grant from the Teagle Foundation to design and teach hybrid courses, an approach to online learning designed to combine the best of classroom teaching and digital technology.
Centered on Community
Starting in Fall 2015, Albion College will annually offer four-year tuition, room, and board to as many as 10 first-year students who are Albion residents and attended Albion Public Schools in grades 6-8. Read more
President Ditzler talks about the initiative on WBCK-FM
Reopening the Bohm: Read about a landmark internship for Andrea Walles, '15
Albion College's Sister City efforts earn a national award
Watch an expert panel discuss "Albion Tomorrow"
Take 6—the most awarded vocal group in history—brings an iconic a cappella sound to Albion on Saturday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Albion College's Goodrich Chapel. Renowned for its mastery of gospel, jazz, R&B and soul, Take 6 has a worldwide fan base and has performed with such diverse artists as Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, the Manhattan Transfer, Ladysmith Black Mombazo and the Boston Symphony.
Greg Saltzman, E. Maynard Aris professor in economics and management, was awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant for spring 2015 and is currently a faculty visitor at the Hanyang University School of Business in Seoul, South Korea. He is teaching a course on negotiation and conflict resolution in the global MBA program and a course on labor-management relations to seniors in the undergraduate business program.
At Albion, Laura Steavenson identifies herself as both an English major and a swimmer. But now, a few weeks removed from her final college swimming season, the senior from Dexter, Michigan, is beginning to write the next chapter in her life. A self-described Francophile, Steavenson hopes that chapter will feature a yearlong master's degree program in Paris Studies through the University of London.
“[In South Africa], it’s in many ways more of a social focus,” rather than one that centers on business operations, says David Utrata, '15, about differing approaches to sustainability efforts. Last fall, Utrata completed a semester in the CIEE Stellenbosch Sustainability and Community program as the first Albion student supported by the Kim Tunnicliff Endowment. The fund was created following the passing of the international-education advocate and former 14-year director of the then-named Gerald R. Ford Institute for Public Service.
From poetry to pizza, Albion College's 2015 Women's History Month events celebrate and examine a wide range of issues.
- Accounting Students Stalk 'Crooks' to Study Tax Fraud, ID Theft
- Championship Anniversary Football Video Wins Award
- In Nicaragua, Brugnoni, '17, Gains Perspective Through Service
- Albion College, Indiana University Formalize Law School Initiative
- NCAA Features Fornetti, '06, and Her Research
- Fowler, '81, to Address Class of 2015 at Albion Commencement
- Horstman Researches Belief in 'Thoughtful' Look at Christianity
- Steven J. Klein Appointed to Head Albion Enrollment Team
- GLCA Grant to Provide Albion an Environmental Dashboard
- Gronseth Scholarship Helps Students Write Their Futures