Laura Newbury, '18, Goes Inside Intel With Corporate Finance Internship

Laura Newbury, '18
"It's a huge legal document with a lot of SEC regulations," says Laura Newbury, '18, of Intel's annual report. "I wasn't breaking them or going over the line, but sometimes nudging what we could do within those rules." An intern who "nudges" SEC guidelines sounds like a supervisor's worst nightmare, but Newbury says her work was about best practice. She spent the summer with Intel's external reporting headquarters in Portland, Oregon, following the company mandates to "rock the boat" and "change something."

2017 Economics and Management Award Winners

Economics and Management Outstanding Major
The Department of Economics and Management would like to recognize the following students for excellence in scholarship and research. These students were recognized at the Honors Convocation April 20, 2017.

Baker Discusses Future of Liberal Arts Colleges with National Media

Vicki Baker, professor of economics and management
Vicki Baker, professor of economics and management, has been studying the changing definition and scope of liberal arts colleges, and her research has drawn the interest of national media.

Accounting Students Tackle Community Taxes Through VITA

Magie Troost and Andy DiFranco
“When people come in to a tax situation, it’s stressful,” says Albion College junior Maggie Troost, who will spend some 80 hours this spring working with the College’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. “I feel like we can show people they don’t have to be stressed out, because we can relax and not only talk about taxes.”

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