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 2016-2017

  • Marc Roy
    Provost
    Professor of Biology

  • John W. Woell
    Associate Provost
    Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies

  • Dianne Guenin-Lelle
    Associate Provost for Advising and Assessment
    Professor of French

  • Andrew Dunham
    Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Registrar

  • Lori Duff
    Assistant to the Provost

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Department Chairs & Program Directors

  • Scott Melzer, Anthropology & Sociology

  • Michael Dixon, Art & Art History

  • Dan Skean, Biology

  • Cliff Harris, Chemistry

  • Karen Erlandson, Communication Studies

  • Jon Hooks, Economics & Management

  • Kyle Shanton, Education

  • Danit Brown, English

  • Helena Mesa, Ethnic Studies

  • Beth & Tim Lincoln, Geological Sciences

  • Marcy Sacks, History

  • Bindu Mahok, International Studies

  • Bob Moss, Kinesiology

  • Mark Bollman, Mathematics & Computer Science

  • Emmanuel Yewah, Modern Languages & Cultures

  • Maureen Balke, Music

  • Jeremy Kirby, Philosophy

  • Charles Moreau, Physics

  • Dyron Dabney, Political Science

  • Holger Elischberger, Psychological Science

  • Jocelyn McWhirter, Religious Studies

  • Ian MacInnes, Theatre (interim chair)

  • 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

  • Debra Peterson, Center for International Education

  • Ian MacInnes, 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

  • Timothy Lincoln, Center for Sustainability and the Environment

  • Laura Loman and Brad Rabquer, Institute for Healthcare Professions

  • David Green, Whitehouse Nature Center

  • Troy, Kase, Career & Internship Center