The Albion history professor develops rich stories from photographs and film across the first half of the 20th century.
The Music Department piano professor is using her own positive undergraduate honors experience as inspiration for leading Albion College’s Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program.
Dr. Mathew Johnson Resigns to Focus on Expanded Role with Commission for Public Purpose in Higher Education in Partnership with the Carnegie Foundation; Albion Native, Alumnus Joe Calvaruso Appointed to Serve as Interim President
Doran, who died December 6 at the age of 86, earned a reputation as an exacting and challenging professor during his 37 years at Albion College, from 1963 to 2000.
Assessment by major credit rating agency offers new opportunities for investment; strengthens financial position.
Albion College’s recent website redesign has been recognized with two awards: a silver in the w3 Awards and an award of merit from the Educational Digital Marketing Awards.
Peggy Sindt wants every Albion student to have a chance to develop their potential through experiential learning—the way she and her husband, Conrad, did during their time at Albion.
Prestigious national designations represent the best in institutional diversity in higher education
The nearly 60-person gathering earlier this fall included the dedication of a memorial bench at the Davis Athletic Complex.
As Giving Tuesday approaches on November 30, Albion College celebrates those whose generous philanthropy has benefited the institution.