Academic Affairs

Office of the Provost

In many ways, the Office of the Provost is guardian of the College’s academic mission as a learning-centered institution. Academic Affairs at Albion College includes the following: faculty personnel and faculty development, academic programs, academic standards and skills, athletics, the libraries, career services, and international and off-campus programs. The Office of the Provost also has primary responsibility for the curriculum of the College.

Academic Affairs Staff 2020 – 2021

  • Ron Mourad
    Provost
    Professor of Religious Studies
  • Thomas Wilch
    Dean of Faculty Affairs
    Professor of Geological Sciences
  • Heather Betz
    Dean of Curricular Affairs
    Associate Professor in Kinesiology

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Department Chairs & Program Directors

  • Brad Chase, Anthropology & Sociology
  • Michael Dixon, Art & Art History
  • Kenneth Saville, Biology
  • Kevin Metz, Chemistry
  • Karen Erlandson, Communication Studies
  • John Bedient, Economics & Management
  • Kyle Shanton, Education
  • Danit Brown, English
  • Eric Hill, Ethnic Studies
  • Carrie Menold, Geological Sciences
  • Deborah Kanter, History
  • Bindu Madhok, International Studies
  • Heather Betz, Kinesiology
  • Mark Bollman, Mathematics & Computer Science
  • Emmanuel Yewah, Modern Languages & Cultures
  • Sam McIlhagga, Music
  • Jeremy Kirby, Philosophy
  • Charles Moreau, Physics
  • Carrie Walling, Political Science
  • Mareike Wieth, Psychological Science
  • Jocelyn McWhirter, Religious Studies
  • Zach Fischer, Theatre
  • Scott Melzer, Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies
  • Scott Hendrix, Academic Skills Center
  • Karla McCavit, Quantitative Skills Center
  • Pamela Schwartz, Learning Support Services
  • Barry Wolf, FYE Student Mentoring & Academic Success Program
  • Laurel Draudt, Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business & Management
  • Cristen Casey, Center for International Education
  • Vanessa McCaffrey, Foundation for Undergraduate Reserach, Scholarship & Creative Activity (FURSCA)
  • Karen Hoaglin, Liaison for the Fritz Shurmur Center for Teacher Development
  • Patrick McLean, Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service
  • E. Dale Kennedy, Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program
  • Doug White, Center for Sustainability and the Environment (interim director)
  • Brad Rabquer, Wilson Institute for Medicine
  • Jason Raddatz, Whitehouse Nature Center
  • Troy Kase, Career & Internship Center
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