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March 1, 2021

Now part of the Corella & Bertram F. Bonner Foundation, the program will have enhanced capacity in its efforts to partner with local communities.

February 17, 2021

The new CFO brings a wide-ranging skill set built, honed and refined in both the corporate sector and, most recently, in higher education.

February 16, 2021

The unique collaboration focuses on diversity and offers students opportunities to explore medical education directly out of high school.

February 15, 2021

Albion students in these two majors can begin graduate study as much as two full semesters faster thanks to the College’s new “4+1” agreement with WMU launching in Fall 2021.

February 12, 2021

It’s one of those “who would have thought?” encounters: Brandon Fisher, ’21 (left), and Tom Jurasek, ’08, first worked together in Albion’s Harrington Elementary School Mentoring program, when Jurasek was a volunteer from the Albion College men’s basketball team and Fisher was in second grade. That relationship didn’t last (Fisher only vaguely remembers it), but nonetheless come June the two will work together again, as Fisher joins Jurasek and five other Albion alumni on the team at Jackson-based accounting firm Willis & Jurasek.

February 9, 2021

In an effort to assist students as they pursue their interest in medical careers, the Lisa and James Wilson Institute for Medicine is offering a unique post-baccalaureate certificate in pre-medical studies to students who have received their bachelor’s degree. “I hope it helps establish Albion as a leader in pre-medical education,” said Institute director Dr. Brad Rabquer

February 9, 2021

English professor Mary Collar passed away in Jackson earlier this month, at the age of 73. Collar had just begun her final semester in the classroom, with plans to retire at the end of the current semester

February 1, 2021

Percussion has always been a part of his life, even as a kid, and when asked what he wanted to do for a living, he said he wanted to teach percussion in college. Now, after a successful eight-year stint doing just that, and more, at Wayland Baptist University in Plainview, Texas, Dr. Anthony King comes to Albion College as the new athletic band director.

January 14, 2021

Originally, it was a collaboration borne of requirement and necessity. But now a virtual tutoring program called “Ask Albion” has evolved into a new way for Albion College students and students in Marshall Public Schools (MPS) to work together in the name of education.

January 13, 2021

Recently featured in national and state media, Beaumont Health’s medical director for infectious disease prevention talks about his recent front-line experience as well as his Albion pre-med path.